These PS5 monitor deals are the ones I'd consider right now and they come just in time for Christmas

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I am at the beginning of changing my work and gaming PC setup with the intention of getting a quality 4K monitor for PlayStation 5 as my main screen (I do a lot of gaming and hardware testing for both console and PC). I'm not quite ready to get the wallet out yet, but boy if I were, these three PS5 monitor deals would be right up my street.

Cutting to it, a really tempting proposition right now - and for anyone like me who has grown a fondness for curved monitors in recent years - is the 4K MSI G321CU. The gentle curve will pull you into your games - or focus your eyes for work - and the 4K resolution is crisp and sharp. It's currently discounted heavily down to $439.99 at Amazon (was $529.99).

At the other end of the spectrum, the official Sony Inzone M3 is probably the best purpose-built 1080p PS5 monitor, and it is available for a record low price today, matching its Black Friday price, of just  $398 at Amazon (was $529.99). This is perfect for PS5 players who prefer faster frame rates and speedy games. The UK price is an unbelievable £299 right now too which takes more than a third off the price tag (was £464.79).

Rounding off our quickfire recommendations, and sitting somewhere in the middle, but offering some serious bang for buck value, we've got the Gigabyte M27Q. This 1440p monitor is perfect for those looking to get something gaming-focused and great value for a PS5 monitor given it's now coming in at just $259.99 at Amazon (was $299.99).

With the holidays just around the corner and some prime gaming time to be had, what could be better than enhancing your PS5 experience further with a screen upgrade?

Today's best PS5 monitor deals

Sony Inzone M3: $529.99 $378 at Amazon

Sony Inzone M3: was $529.99 now $378 at Amazon

Key features: 27-inch, 1080p resolution, 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, IPS panel, HDMI 2.1 connectivity, HDR 4000

But it if: You want arguably the best 1080p PS5 monitor going because you prefer speedy, fast gaming but also want something feature-filled that can serve both PS5 and PC beautifully.

Don't buy it if: You're after picture quality in that UHD 4K resolution, and don't care too much for the fastest frame rates.

Price check: Walmart - $398 | Best Buy - $399.99

UK price: Amazon - £299

Gigabyte M27Q: $299.99 $259.99 at Amazon

Gigabyte M27Q: was $299.99 now $259.99 at Amazon

Key features: 27-inch, 1440p resolution, 170Hz refresh rate, 0.5ms response time, IPS panel, HDMI 2.0 connectivity, HDR 400

Buy it if: You're blending your PS5 with a PC setup and want a sweet spot monitor to serve both perfectly - while maximizing your value for money.

Don't buy it if: You're all about 4K resolution for quality or 1080p fast refresh for speeds (it's worth noting that only a few PS5 games support 1440p natively).

Price check: Best Buy - $269.99 | Newegg - $259.99

MSI G321CU: $529.99 now $439.99 at Amazon

MSI G321CU: was $529.99 now $439.99 at Amazon

Key features: 31.5-inch, 4K resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, VA panel, HDMI 2.1 connectivity, 1500R curve

Buy it if: You want a curved screen for immersion, and a screen that offers all the bells and whistles a monitor can give you.

Don't buy it if: You can only work with flat screens, or prefer lower resolutions for fast frame rates.

Price check: Best Buy - $439.99 | Newegg - $439.99

UK price: Currys - £559

Remember, these would be just as good if they were deployed as monitors for Xbox Series X, but to keep your options open for either platform here are a bunch of the lowest and latest prices on some top console monitors.

Check in with our best PS5 games and best Xbox Series X games lists if you're after some top-notch titles to play on your new monitor. And if you need more present inspiration, then check in with our PlayStation gift guide too.

Rob Dwiar
Deputy Editor, TechRadar Gaming

Rob is Deputy Editor of TechRadar Gaming, a video games journalist, critic, editor, and writer, and has years of experience gained from multiple publications. Prior to being TechRadar Gaming's Deputy Editor, he was a longstanding member of GamesRadar+, being the Commissioning Editor for Hardware there for years, while also squeezing in a short stint as Gaming Editor at WePC before joining TechRadar Gaming. He is also a freelance writer on tech, gaming hardware, video games, gardens, and landscapes and is crowdfunding a book on video game landscapes that you can back and pre-order now too.