The 10 Best Gaming Monitors For PS4
This wiki has been updated 10 times since it was first published in December of 2018. Playing games on an actual monitor offers a handful of noticeable advantages over using a traditional television, such as a higher pixel density and vastly reduced input lag. They also tend to cost quite a bit less than the gigantic TV sets currently flooding the market. We've collected some of the most cost-effective and best-looking models for use with any version of the PlayStation 4. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best gaming monitor for ps4 on Amazon.
January 02, 2019:
Playstation users in search of a low-lag display have a few primary things to consider: pixel response, resolution, and HDR compatibility. Sadly, the PS4 Pro doesn't (and likely never will) support AMD Freesync, so there's no need to worry about adaptive refresh. BenQ, a common standby in gaming monitors, has a number of fantastic selections here, for a range of budgets. Some, like the Zowie, are aimed at no-frills gamers who may or may not be paid to play. BenQ's 4K panels also look great, though some of them use VA technology that suffers slightly from washed out colors when viewed at an angle. G-Story and their line of portable units are making a lot of headway, and are impressive little devices that far outshine most users' expectations. Dell's 27-inch, DisplayHDR-certified offering is noticeable better-looking than most, although at 1440p, you'll be paying for a considerable number of pixels that the PS4 won't be able to use. If you're strapped for cash, it's awfully tough to beat the 24-inch HP. If you have more money hanging around than you know what do with, on the other hand, get the Philips Momentum; it's the biggest, brightest, and best, and the only one here with the 1000-level DisplayHDR rating, but boy, does it cost a lot.