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Best Monitors For PS4 in 2019


Since the living room is not always available for us to play our games on the TV, the best thing to do is to get a gaming monitor for your PlayStation. In this article, we reviewed the 5 best monitors for PS4 available in the market for this year. We’ve tested over 40 monitors on this website, and we narrowed the list down to the 5 most bang-for-the-buck ones available. Let’s not waste any more time and jump straight into it.

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The Top 5 Monitors For PS4 in 2019:

5. BenQ ZOWIE RL2455S

 

Our Ratings:

Durability
80%
Quality
70%
Ease Of Use
70%

Starting our best monitors for ps4 list, we have the BenQ Zowie RL2455S. Console gamers, more and more each day are choosing to play on a gaming monitor, rather than a TV. The reason is either they don’t want to keep the home TV busy all day, or most importantly they need the gaming monitor performance and quality. BenQ has a line of gaming monitors that range from most high-end to the budget choices, but each and every monitor is a quality piece of equipment. The BenQ ZOWIE RL2455S is a no-frills gaming monitor that provides the best response times and an attractive price.

The BenQ ZOWIE RL2455S has a simple and utilitarian design. It is completely black, in fact it has a red strip on the bottom to break the monotony. Its minimalistic design language is amplified by the matte look. You wouldn’t guess that this is a gaming monitor, from the get-go. It is certainly for those who want to blend in everywhere. It has thick bezels, but not outlandish.

This monitor is very sturdy and is made from quality materials. I have noticed no flex or creaking all over the body. There were no gaps as well. A quality product all-around. Unfortunately, the monitor does not support a lot of adjustabilities, other than tilting from -5 degrees to 15 degrees. The installation of the product from the box was pretty easy and convenient with snap-on design.

The monitor is also pretty versatile and can pretty much work well with anything. It has a 24-inch TN panel with a 1920×1080 resolution with a response time of 1ms and a refresh rate of 60Hz. When taking into consideration the price of the product you will notice that the colors and the contrast are amazing. Not as vibrant as on an IPS monitor, but perfect for gaming.

Gamers have been very happy with the Full HD at 24-inch combo. The monitor out of the box is pretty good in sRGB mode, however, this will limit some settings. It is recommended to go out and find suitable profiles for your preference, either searching on the internet or fine-tuning until you are pleased.

To conclude, for that price it provides the best response times and quality.

4. LG 32UD99

Our Ratings:

Durability
80%
Quality
80%
Ease Of Use
85%

Ultra High Definition monitors, stand alone without any features are not enough to provide superior image quality compared to a Full HD screen that comes on a 24-inch screen. Unless there is a well implemented extra feature as extended color or HDR, the product is just mediocre. However, the LG 32UD99 is an amazing monitor with HDR support. With its extra contrast with amazing color gamuts, are looking to make your gaming and streaming sessions a joy.

LG has a tendency to go with white color on its monitors. It may be as a trial to stand out from the competition or something similar. However, we all have to admit that it looks very cool and smooth. There are just 7mm bezels around the panel, giving the no-bezel look. The base of the monitor is built from aluminum with a satin-like texture to it. The arm that attaches the base to the monitor is all white like the monitor itself.

The base construction may look small or weak, but it does a perfect job of keeping the 20-pound monitor stable and sturdy. Furthermore, it adds tons of adjustability without any wobble or play. You can’t swivel the monitor, but everything else is adjustable. On the back of the device, there is a small white clip located to assist you with cable management.

This monitor features a 32-inch IPS panel with a resolution of 3840×2160, a 60Hz refresh rate and response time of 5ms. The LG 32UD99 achieves HDR compatibility by using an IPS module that is rated with a contrast ratio of up to 1300:1. It also uses an edge array backlight, achieving a brightness of 350cd/m2 for SDR or up to 550cd/m2 for HDR media.

If you start to utilize the included modes in the monitor, you will achieve a good picture and quality. Out of the box is not as impressive. DCI-P3 coverage is disappointingly under the marks that the company stated, at 91% it is pretty disappointing for a high-end monitor like this one. It achieves a good contrast ratio of 2100:1 in HDR, an awesome number. Moreover, the monitor automatically activates HDR when it detects an HDR10 source.

Overall, if you like the sleek design and want Ultra HD with HDR10 support than the LG 32UD99 is perfect for you.

3. Samsung UH750

Our Ratings:

Durability
85%
Quality
85%
Ease Of Use
95%

If you are in the market for a gaming monitor for your console, that will provide great colors with a large screen and all this without costing a fortune then this 4K Samsung UH750 is the right choice for you. It is safe to say that this monitor provides the most features, specs, performance and looks per dollar than any other monitor today on the market. With that combination, the Samsung UH750 is a rightful contender to get your hard-earned money.

Design wise the UH750 has a pretty nice and stylish look. It has a matte black chassis and a gunmetal silver finish on the stand and the base. It has a classic and complementary look that most pursue. At around 10mm the bezels are nearly gone making way to the 28-inch screen. The back of the device resembles the modern Samsung TVs with its ribbed matte black design.

The monitor’s angular stand and base is very stable and amazingly designed. I think that it would handle the 28-inch monitor just fine on any surface. On the back, there is a panel that hides the connectivity options. There are plenty of options for connectivity, and there is also 4K support for PS4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio. However, after there is a caveat to this streamlined design, in terms of adjustability it offers just tilting.

But it has a VESA compatibility for mounting so you can change if you don’t like it.

The 28-inch TN panel has Quantum Dot backlighting and 4K UHD native resolution. It supports a max brightness of 250 nits. On top of that, it has a refresh rate of 60Hz and 1ms of response time, hitting the sweet spot for gamers. The Quantum Dot backlighting allows the display to enhance its vibrancy in colors and contrast, as well as the uniformity. It has a 10-bit interface that allows the display to produce 1.07 billion colors.

Either way, this monitor produces a great image with improved saturation and decent contrast. Moreover, the UH750 also supports AMD Freesync, a nice feature if you plan to game on a PC with AMD graphics unit.
Definitely, the monitor that provides the most value for its price, a solid contender.

2. LG 27UK650

Our Ratings:

Durability
95%
Quality
90%
Ease Of Use
95%

The LG 27UK650 is a brand new monitor from LG that provides native 4K resolution with amazing colors and with HDR compatibility. It really is a very versatile machine, as it is a remarkable option for both high-end PC gaming or designing or HDR PS4 or Xbox One gaming. It continues LG’s series of great monitors for gaming and for general use as well.

It is truly multi-purpose and if you are searching for something like that, then the LG 27UK650 is a no-brainer.
This monitor has an interesting design that I personally like to see in monitors. It has a minimalist approach with interesting line and proportions that please your eye. It isn’t oversaturated or bland and dull, it is right in the middle and looks luxurious. It has very slim bezels on the top and sides and a thicker band with the LG branding on the bottom. I can see this easily being the centerpiece of your desk.

The monitor looks fragile at first, but you will come to see that it is very durable and stable. Despite being multipurpose the LG 27UK650, does everything well, not like in a checklist fashion, but doing every function properly like it should be done. The arc-shaped base with its tubular neck, taken from the ArcLine concept, enhances the looks and provides amazing support to the monitor, on top of that it is very adjustable for comfortability and preference.

The 27-inch IPS panel with a 3840×2160 resolution with 60Hz refresh rate and a response time of 5ms response time, in addition to all this a light matte AG coating, is all pre-calibrated in the factory. The display outputs 1000:1 static contrast ratio and is capable of reproducing 99% of the sRGB color gamut for exceptional vibrancy and saturation.

When it comes to color uniformity and general quality, they are both excellent, but only if the brightness is below 50% percent, if it goes above the quality and uniformity go down. On top of all this, the AMD FreeSync compatibility will allow you to synchronize with your AMD graphics card seamlessly.

The LG 27UK650 is a true multi-purpose monitor that does everything decently without flaws and justifies its price.

1. ASUS MG28UQ

Our Ratings:

Durability
100%
Quality
90%
Ease Of Use
95%

The winner of our best monitors for ps4 list is the ASUS MG28UQ. It is a 4K gaming monitor that has space for customization and is extremely fast, just right for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. You can truly customize this monitor to your liking and can run various games like a breeze. it has a refresh rate of 60Hz that can be bothersome for PC gamers, but for console gamers it won’t be a problem.

On the design department the ASUS MG28UQ looks like the other monitors in the MG series, that is not a bad thing by any means. The device has a matte graphite black finish all over the body of the product makes it look like a premium model without making it stand out. The bezels are 19mm on each side, this also makes the display a good choice for dual display setups, or more. The back of the panel has some angular lines coming in from each corner and coming to an end in the bulge in the middle, that doubles as a place for air vents.

The device is a thick monitor when you look from the side, and it is also one of the heavier monitors out there at 17.7 pounds, so it is not very portable. Fortunately, the up-side from all this is that this monitor is a very quality build and very durable, it will stay in its place via its sturdy base and neck. It will also probably not fall over due to accidental knocks with the table. The stand also makes this monitor very adjustable, you can put in any position you want it to depending on your preference maximizing your comfort.

The ASUS MG28UQ is equipped with a 28-inch TN display packed with 4K native resolution, 1ms respone time and 1000:1 contrast ratio, on top of all that there is a matte AG layer that was convenient for well-lit rooms. Out of the box the monitor is set on the Racing mode which we saw that didn’t provide the best quality, so we changed to the sRGB mode which was somewhat better, then tweaked until I got it exactly how I like it.

Eventually, this monitor provides excellent value compared to its price and is a perfect monitor for your console.

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Bryan Nelson

Bryan Nelson

Hello! I am Bryan Nelson. I am a tech enthusiast, writer and i love everything tech related!

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