Thunderbolt 3 displays are still very uncommon in the PC world, not to mention curved ones, yet Samsung is prepared to supply both without a moment’s delay. After a review at CES, it’s discharging its CJ79 curved QLED screen around the world. The 34-inch screen mates an all-inclusive 3,440 x 1,440 quantum dot screen (counting a 125 percent sRGB color gamut) with two Thunderbolt 3 ports that give 85W of intensity, a display signal and data through a solitary link.
Samsung pitches it as a profitability center for MacBook Pro and Windows PC proprietors who need a vast workspace without stressing their eyes looking at a flat screen.
The screen likewise incorporates HDMI, DisplayPort, and USB 3.0 ports, and a couple of 7W speakers give sound in the event that you don’t have separate gear. Samsung still hasn’t sketched out pricing, however, says the CJ79 is accessible in Europe now and will achieve different nations “soon.”
You’ll have an option, as well. The CJ89 does exclude Thunderbolt 3, yet its bigger 43-and 49-inch screens (at more extensive 32:10 and 32:9 separate proportions) and USB-C ports can suit the individuals who are primarily inspired by crude visual land.
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