Since the PS4 Pro is capable of outputting in 4K, the next logical step is getting the best gaming monitor for PS4, and that monitor could be the LG 27UD58-B. If you want to go a little bit smaller with your monitor, try giving our HP 23XI 23 inch IPS display review a read too. Considering its solid refresh rate, UHD resolution, and IPS panel, you get smooth performance with gorgeous color accuracy.\u00a0 All features considered, it\u2019s an excellent entry-level monitor for both gaming and productivity. If you want a monitor that's just a few inches smaller, take a look at our AOC G2460PQU review.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - LG 27UD58-B\r\nThe LG 27UD58-B manages to provide UHD 4K, lovely color accuracy, and smooth gaming performance, all the while running with a price tag that\u2019s hard to believe until you see it with your own eyes. If you'd rather have a 3D monitor in your home, check out our AOC e2352phz 3D monitor review instead. Or, for a different AOC model, take a look at our AOC Q2963PM ultrawide monitor review.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nIf you want the most out of your PS4 Pro, you need three features: 4K, 60Hz, and HDR. Out of the three, the LG 27UD58-B has two: 4K and 60Hz. Out of the three, those two features are the most important.\r\n\r\nThe LG 27UD58-B found a sweet spot with its screen size and UHD resolution; displaying 4K on a 27\u201d gaming monitor is perfect. You might think 60Hz is low until you realize the PS4 is limited to 60 frames. If it\u2019s your PC gaming monitor, AMD FreeSync will reduce screen tearing and stuttering should your rig dip below 60Hz.\r\n\r\nLacking HDR, an IPS panel was used to provide 10-bit color depth, but not true 10-bit. Instead, 8-bit is combined with FRC. In this particular model, it pushes to 99% of the sRGB color space. What that means for you is it isn\u2019t HDR, but it gets you that much closer to accurate color recreation in your games or editing software. This does come with a cost of a slower response time of 5ms."\r\nDesign\r\nUnfortunately, the LG27UD58 looks and feels slightly cheap with a matte black finish over plastic. It\u2019s thick bezels don\u2019t lend well to a multi-display setup. However, it comes with excellent ergonomic adjustments such as tilt, swivel, height adjustment, and 90 degree pivoting.\r\n\r\nSpeakers on the LG 27UD58-B are of poor quality, lacking the right amount of bass and treble. This is easily rectified by the headphone jack in the back, which are accompanied by two HDMI ports and a single DisplayPort. These are more streamlined connectivity options than the Acer R240HY 24\u201d monitor."\r\nValue\r\nConsidering what you get from the LG 27UD58-B, it has excellent pricing compared with the Asus VG245H 24\u201d monitor. Sure, the LG 27UD58-B doesn\u2019t have HDR like the LG 27UK650-W, but its IPS panel provides great picture quality without breaking the bank. You still get UHD and 60Hz, both of which are two of the three main features you need to get top-notch quality out of the PS4. And it still serves as a great entry-level gaming monitor for 4K gaming on a PC thanks to AMD FreeSync.\r\nLG 27UD58-B Wrap Up\r\nFor what it\u2019s worth, the LG 27UD58-B is a great option for nearly maximizing the capabilities of a PS4 Pro. It pushes 4K, has a refresh rate of 60Hz, and outputs a beautiful array of colors that brings it close to HDR without the hefty price tag. Though its speakers are poor, and plastic makes this LG monitor feel and look cheap, its features certainly make up for it.