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Wednesday, January 3, 2018

first curved monitor with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity Samsung reveals

The computer monitor battle has been constantly moving from one arena to another. First, it was TN against IPS, then LCD versus OLED. It became a war of megapixel numbers before it became a debate between flat and curved. Now Samsung is bringing that history to the present battleground: input connections. At CES 2018, the consumer electronics giant will be showing off its new, ultrawide CJ791, which it touts is the first monitor to combine QLED, not OLED, display technology, smooth curves, and, most importantly, Thunderbolt 3 connectivity.

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The monitor has a 34-inch screen with 21:9 aspect ratio and ultra-wide QHD (3440x1440 pixels) resolution. Users can adjust the display height and even tilt it for better positioning. The monitor is said to reflect colors across a 125 percent sRGB spectrum and deliver up to 178-degree viewing angle.
It even lets users link and dock their monitor and laptop without extensive wiring with just one Thunderbolt 3 cable. It has a processing speed of up to 40 Gbps "allowing users to enjoy connectivity across a full ecosystem of docks, displays and peripheral devices including Macs, USB type-C laptops, and other desktop accessories like storage drives or external graphics cards," says the company.

Also mentioned is that the monitor can provide up to 85 watts (W) of laptop charging power.

Some of the features include a Game Mode and four milliseconds (ms) response time. More details will be out during CES 2018.
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Thunderbolt 3 translates to speed and versatility. The connection is capable of theoretical speeds of 40 Gbps (Gigabits, not gigabytes, per second), four times faster than the fastest USB. More than that, however, a single Thunderbolt 3 connection provides both data and power transfer, reducing the tangle of cables that make desks both a safety hazard and an eye sore.

Samsung has already announced it will be showcasing three new projects at CES 2018 that comes from company's C-Lab division. One of the highlighted projects is the directional speaker project called S-Ray. The South Korean tech firm will also be detailing its NW700 wall-mountable soundbar at the conference. These features include distortion-cancelling, wide-range tweeters and multi-speaker control. The company says all these technologies are developed at its own Audio Lab in Valencia, California.

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