Samsung Electronics has launched World’s first Thunderbolt 3 enabled QLED Curved monitor along with a new 43-inch ultra-wide curved monitor. Samsung launched both the new curved OLED monitors at IFA 2018 with model number CJ79 and CJ89. Both the Samsung CJ79 and Samsung Cj89 are currently available in Europe and will be available worldwide soon.
Samsung CJ79 is world’s first Thunderbolt 3 QLED Curved monitor. It comes with a 34-inch curved display with 3,440 x 1,440 display resolution. The Samsung monitor has 2 Thunderbolt 3 enabled USB Type- C ports which can work with both Macs and PC and delivers transfer speeds of up to 40 Gigabits per second (Gbps). According to Samsung, this is 8 times faster than the normal USB 3.0 port and can simultaneously charge devices up to 85W.
“Over the years, Samsung has revolutionized the viewing experience for professionals alike,” said Seog-gi Kim, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “The CJ79 is our latest endeavor in taking curved monitors to the next level that highlights our commitment to innovation. The addition of Thunderbolt™ 3 connectivity aligns to that vision and connects customers to infinite possibilities.”
The display comes with 4ms of response time and a 100Hz refresh rate. Samsung says it is great for working on multiple projects at the same time and as it uses AMD FreeSync, the curved monitor is also good for gaming and watching high definition videos.
Samsung CJ89 comes with 43-inch and a 49-inch curved display with 3,840 x 1,200 and 3,840 x 1,080 display resolution. It comes with 2 USB Type-C ports with no Thunderbolt 3 technology. The Samsung Cj89 monitor comes with a 5ms of response time and a refresh rate of 120Hz on the 43-inch variant and 144Hz on the 49-inch variant. Stay tuned to Sid Tech for latest tech news, deals, reviews and more.
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