Thunderbolt 3 connectivity allows data to be moved at speeds four times faster than USB alternatives.

Next week Samsung Electronics will present a curved QLED monitor with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity as part of the company’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) .

The new 34-inch CJ791 is the first on the market to offer  Thunderbolt 3, which will allow data to be moved at speeds of up to 40 Gigabits per second , four times faster than conventional USB alternatives.

The Thunderbolt 3 interface also makes it possible for the monitor to provide up to 85 watts of notebook power.

The CJ791 has a resolution QHD 3440 × 1440, optimal for professionals and game lovers. Like its predecessors, it offers a display of 178 degrees and a color reproduction rate of 125%.

It is also planned that Samsung will introduce the new models of its flagship QLED TV , which uses the same quantum dot technology as the monitors. In addition, the company is expected to show a Micro LED TV for the first time.

His rival LG Display announced yesterday that will display at CES the first 88-inch  and 8K OLED screen with 33 million pixels , which is four times more than an ultra HD model and 16 times more pixels than a full HD model.