Samsung recently announced its new CJ79 QLED curved display during IFA 2018 at Berlin, Germany. The Korean electronics giant’s new 34-inch curved display is the first of its kind, featuring support for Intel’s Thunderbolt 3 port.
To be precise, the CJ79 features two Thunderbolt 3 ports built into the back of the display. These ports can be used simultaneously to output display, transfer data at speeds of up to 40Gbps, or to charge devices at power outputs of up to 85W.
Beyond that, the CJ79 boasts an ultrawide 21: 9 aspect ratio with a maximum screen resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels. The curvature of the display is set at 1500R, a number that Samsung says follows the natural curve of the eye, thus allowing for a more immersive and comfortable viewing experience.
Of course, as it is with all of Samsung’s top-of-the-line displays, the screen is also powered up by Samsung’s Quantum Dot technology. Giving the display a colour accuracy of 125% across the sRGB colour spectrum. Lastly, the CJ79 also supports AMD’s FreeSync display technology. Meaning gamers that own an AMD Radeon GPU can take full advantage of the anti-tearing technology and enable a smoother gameplay experience.