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News AOC teams up with Porsche for a fast sleek gaming monitor

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  1. bit-tech

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    If it doesn't have a flat 6 engine behind the rear wheels, I'm not interested.
     
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    How much extra does having a Porsche badge added to the monitor, cost?
    The stand looks like a project from a metal work class to be honest. Not that it matters I suppose, as I tend not to look at my monitor stands.
     
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    Whenever the words "partnered with Porsche" are uttered, somewhere a wallet dies.
     
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    The only other 27" 1440p 240hz VA 1000R monitor on the market costs £550 (and considering that it is the only one it is extremely likely that they use the exact same panel), this one is £720, so the Porsche logo is "worth" £170.
     
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    That's an expensive sticker
     
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