We tested the technology of this special cable.
The mCable is one of the technological products most original of the year for his novel proposal: has a chip that eliminates the saw-tooth of the image, applying therefore an effect anti-aliasing on the image of the games.
If at the beginning of this week we had how were the graphics of Nintendo Switch, this time it is the turn of to the console Xbox One. We show you in video how to improve the graphics of the machine from Microsoft when using this cable to post-process the image.
And the version of Nintendo Switch:
How does it work?
This cable achieves the elimination of the sawtooth, thanks to the integration of a chip of its own on the cable is called VTV-122x that has been developed and patented by the company, and which is responsible for providing an image processing more smooth.
This chip acts as the central axis of the cable and is responsible for smoothing out what you see on the screen using its own technology. Among its most notable features, the cable has the ability to convert content up to 4K at 30Hz and 1080p at 120Hz, noise reduction, contrast adjustments, brightness, saturation and other visual elements.
The really interesting thing of this cable is not in the new generation of consoles, that too, but in its use to machines games of the previous generation as the PS3 and Xbox 360 where this kind of visual problems were more frequent for the native resolutions lower than 1080p tvs or screens that naturally show the signal to this resolution. Your price is much higher than that of a standard HDMI cable and you can buy it on Amazon.
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Phoneia.com (December 24, 2017). Improve the graphics of Xbox One with mCable, the HDMI, with anti-aliasing. Recovered from https://phoneia.com/en/improve-the-graphics-of-xbox-one-with-mcable-the-hdmi-with-anti-aliasing/