Last year, the Korean company presented its latest series of curved QLED monitors with super-ultra-wide format. A series of monitors aimed at intensive use, especially in the game environment and which are now being renewed a few days before the start of a new IFA in Berlin.
This new line of curved monitors is also the first to feature Thunderbolt 3 technology. We are talking about two new models, CJ79, the top model with Thunderbolt 3 and the C89.
The new CJ79 has a slightly smaller size than the previous model, with a panel of 34 inches with a height aspect ratio of 21: 9 and the main novelty is that it contains two ports Thunderbolt 3 under USB-C 85W interface.
As Samsung explained in the official statement, these ports allow the transfer of information up to 40 Gbps and support the simultaneous loading of devices up to 15 W.
The monitor also features Samsung's Qantum Dot technology, 125% sRGB color spectrum support and AMD FreeSync support. It also offers the Picture-by-Picture (PBP) function, which can display two sources and optimally work in multitasking and the Picture-in-Picture (PIP) function that allows users to change the size of the second source in 25 percent of the screen and place it at any time to visualize it better.
The second of the presented monitors is the CJ89, the functions are slightly more subdued than those of the CJ79, but also offers new features. The screen reaches 49 inches and also allows us to have two separate sources up to 1080p each.
Unlike the CJ79, these monitors have their own KVM switch and two additional USB 2.0 ports.
At the moment we do not know specific details about the price and availability of the new monitors, but it is possible that the company shows them on the 30th in Berlin during the celebration of their official event in the context of the fair.