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This year’s biggest technology show – CES 2018 – is just around the corner. Even though the show doesn’t officially start until this Sunday, many companies are announcing their products early. We’ve seen a couple TVs and Monitors released from LG already, and now Samsung is up with the announcement of the CJ791 monitor, which features a 34-inch curved QLED display and Thunderbolt 3 support. The monitor also has a 3440 x 1440 resolution, alongside a wide 21:9 aspect ratio and a 4 millisecond response time.

Whilst there may be other monitors with higher specs available, the Samsung model boasts an immense 178-degree viewing angle with a 1,500R curvature. Combined with their QLED technology, the display can produce 125% of the sRGB spectrum, which gives deeper black and whiter shades. Samsung hopes that gamers and business users alike will be looking to purchase their new monitor

The next biggest selling point of the device is the new Thunderbolt 3 technology within. So far, it has struggled to take off in the technology market, and it needs companies like Samsung, to incorporate it, into their devices. Thunderbolt 3, can receive video from your laptop, and charge with 85W of power. This is particularly useful for laptop users, who can directly plug in their laptop and other peripherals while reducing the number of cables.

Samsung has not released the price, availability and full specifications of the CJ791. This information is most likely to be released next week in Las Vegas at CES.

What do you think? Will you be buying this monitor? Let us know in the comments below or on any of our social media pages. Additionally, click here to check out all of our CES 2018 coverage.

 

Source: | Samsung |

Via: | Engadget |

Image Credit: | The Verge | Slash Gear |

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