Samsung CJ791, the first curved QLED monitor with Thunderbolt 3

Samsung is still willing to expand the performance and connectivity options of its curved monitors with the launch of its new Samsung CJ791 model. That is the first in the world to connect QLED technology with a Thunderbolt 3 port.

Samsung CJ791 is the first curved QLED with Thunderbolt 3

Samsung CJ791, the first curved QLED monitor with Thunderbolt 3

Samsung CJ791, the first curved QLED monitor with Thunderbolt 3

CJ791 is a 34-inch monitor with a curved panel and QLED technology. Also, that comes from the Korean firm as an alternative to OLED technology, much more expensive. And this new monitor is specifically for entertainment. So it becomes the first with these features that integrate advanced Thunderbolt 3 connectivity.

Thanks to this the users of the Samsung CJ791 will be able to join the monitor to their portable equipment. And other devices using only one cable since the technology Thunderbolt 3 allows joining several devices in the chain. This advanced connectivity provides a bandwidth of 40 Gbps, which is four times faster than a USB 3.1 cable. And allows its use in many devices such as monitors, high performance external hard drives, colorful graphics cards and much more.

 

Already entering the specifications of the Samsung CJ791. Also, we found a 34-inch panel with 3440 × 1440 pixel resolution to offer an impressive image quality with a pixel size 2.5 times lower than the same screen size with 1080p resolution. Its ultra-slim angles make it an ideal choice for multi-monitor configurations. Its base is adjustable in height and inclination for greater comfort of use and greater freedom of arrangement.

This panel is capable of reproducing 125% of the colors of the sRGB spectrum. So, making it ideal for image professionals who need excellent color fidelity when working. Its curvature 1500R and its viewing angles of 178º make its use provide a very immersive experience.

 

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