Samsung has announced its first Thunderbolt 3 equipped monitor. The CJ791 is a 34-inch QLED curved display, designed the make the most of the newest type of connector.
The QHD display on the CJ791 isn’t quite 4K, but that only means there will always be extra bandwidth over the connection. Mostly due to Samsung saying that this is intended to power an entire ecosystem of docks and peripherals. More importantly, it provides 85W worth of power; allowing it to charge laptops over the Thunderbolt 3 connection.
It supports up to 125% of the sRGB spectrum and, thanks to the QLED, creates true black on screen. The 1500VR curvature radius and 178-degree viewing angle also helps in delivering an above-average curve display experience. With a response time of 4 miliseconds (ms), the monitor is ready for gaming; alas it does not have neither NVIDIA G-Sync nor AMD Freesync built-in.
There are no indication as of yet when this monitor will be heading to store shelves, but more information should be appearing during the showcase at CES 2018.
(Source: Samsung )