New Convex Screen Adopting the TechnologyQLED There may be a small glimpse into the future where most displays will offer only one connection
Intel Unveiled Only Recently New Thunderbolt 3 controllersIn which one is designed specifically for display devices that will be based on it and will skip all the other digital connections available in the market, which may sound like a fairly restrictive choice today, but would be a very convenient and convenient option if and when the technology becomes popular and available in almost any modern computer. סמסונג Is the first manufacturer to target such an era, it seems, with the launch of a convex screen called CJ791 that actually includes only a connection to a power source and connection Thunderbolt One 3 for maximum elegance and minimal number of wires that will pass on or near your desk.
The new screen is based on the latest QLED technology, סמסונג The LCD panel incorporates a layer of quantum dots that limit emissions at unwanted wavelengths and increase emissions and illumination at desired wavelengths, allowing for wider color gamut coverage and increased illuminance that even enhances contrast - all in a 34-inch screen with a 1500R curve (or in other words - convexly Definitely significant), with a resolution of 3,440 × 1,440 pixels and the promise of wide viewing angles that make it clear that technology is used here IPS Or PLS.
The CJ791 boasts an 125 coverage of the sRGB standard and a response time of only 4 milliseconds in the most agile gaming mode. The screen probably supports a standard maximum refresh rate of 60 Hz, and does not include support for adaptive synchronization technology (FreeSync or G-Sync) as these data are not mentioned in the official information coming from the manufacturer.
The screen will include a single Thunderbolt 3 connector that will allow connection to any computer equipped with a Thunderbolt 3 counter (not known if the screen is based on the new controller) Intel And will be able to operate on a standard 3.1 Type-C USB connection without the Thunderbolt technology), when support for Power Delivery mode will allow it to charge computers Mobile Which will be connected to it in parallel with the transmission of the image signal, with a power of up to 85 watts - which will save the need for an additional dedicated cable that will connect the computer to the power socket. This is not a revolution in the market, but it certainly sounds like the birth of a new and interesting niche that will be worth continuing to follow.