The big picture: Samsung has released two QUED screens with Thunderbolt 3 connection. A single cord is all that is needed for power and data, which allows multiple peripherals to be connected without wiring.
After releasing two budget-friendly screens on Gamescom, Samsung has pulled out two screens with Thunderbolt 3 connectors with large 34-inch and 43-inch panels.
Using Thunderbolt 3, you can get up to 40 Gbps data to be sent to the screen while providing up to 85W power for chargers. The 34-inch CJ79 is a 3440×1440 ultra wide with 21: 9 aspect ratio. The larger the CJ89 is 3840×1200 with a size ratio of 32:10. Curvature measures the 1500R on the 34-inch model and 1
Aside from the two USB C ports used for Thunderbolt 3, the CJ79 has an HDMI, a DisplayPort and two USB 3.0 ports. The only difference on the CJ89 is that it is a USB 3.0 port and two USB 2.0 ports.
Samsung CJ79 uses Quantum Dot technology to achieve 125 percent coverage of the sRGB color space with a 3000: 1 contrast ratio.
Both monitors have VA panels, but the main difference than the size is in update rates and adaptive synchronization functionality. The CJ79 has a 100Hz panel and supports FreeSync. It has a response time of 4 milliseconds. On the contrary, the CJ89 has a 120Hz panel, but does not have any variable update rate and a response time of 5 milliseconds.
Monitoring Standards for each are height adjustable with support for tilting and wall mounting. Only CJ89 makes it possible to turn.
Samsung's newest QLED screens with Thunderbolt 3 are now available in Europe. Worldwide availability comes soon.