As well as a finger-print magnet of a stand, the PD27 includes RGB lighting on the rear as well as mini AOC and Porsche logos that project onto your desk.
The display itself will have a 2,560 x 1,440 (1440p) resolution, making it one of a relatively low number of monitors to have a 240Hz refresh rate and a resolution higher than 1080p. It also boasts a 1ms GTG response time and 0.5ms motion picture response time (MPRT).
A VA type LCD panel has been chosen for this display, which allows it to offer a an impressive 2500:1 contrast ratio. It also has a slightly extended colour gamut of 119 per cent sRGB but is only rated for DisplayHDR 400 HDR, which is the most basic level.
AOC is known for including wired remotes in its high-end AGON monitors, for controlling the onscreen display. With the PD27 it has stepped things up a notch, though, adding a snazzy looking wireless remote. Despite the modest screen size, the PD27 also has a curved screen, with a very tight 1000R radius.
The AOC AGON PD27 should be available in mid November for a rather eye-watering MSRP of £719.99.