Apple makes some darn fine displays, but the company doesn’t offer an ultra-wide model. If you want extra horizontal screen space for productivity or gaming, or just a panoramic viewing experience, you need something like Samsung’s $800, curved, ultra-wide CJ791. Quantum dots make colors super-accurate, and it has enough ports to functions nicely as docking station.
Design and features
With a resolution of 3440 by 1440 spread over 34-inches of width and approximately 14.5-inches of height (21:9 ratio), the CJ791 doesn’t offer quite the pixel density of most Apple displays, but it’s close enough that you likely won’t care. Put another way, it’s not quite Retina—you can see the pixels if you sit too close, but it didn’t take long to get over than and appreciate the extra width.
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