Want to improve Xbox One visuals? Check out the Marseille mClassic.
It really works.
What you need to know
- Marseille mClassic is a small adapter for select consoles.
- It improves anti-aliasing on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch primarily.
- It works with games that run at sub-1080p resolutions.
- You can purchase the Marseille mClassic for $99 on Amazon.
A few weeks ago, a device called the Marseille mClassic arrived at my doorstep. The company advertises it as the "world's first add-on graphics processor" for consoles, and it's supposed to dramatically enhance titles being displayed in 4K. Marseille goes as far as to say that it can make the image quality of the Xbox One X better. While it doesn't do wonders for 4K consoles, it makes sub-1080p games like Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain look smooth because it gets rid of "jaggies."
The mClassic works with a number of consoles like the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. Below, you can see an example of the difference it makes even on a Nintendo Switch. The best part is that it only increases input lag by 0.2 msc.
In my review on Windows Central, I said, "If you game regularly on a 4K TV and use a Nintendo Switch or Xbox One, then I would recommend picking up the mClassic for $99 because it'll boost the image quality of sub-1080p games. While Xbox One owners can always upgrade to the Xbox One X, Nintendo Switch owners are out of luck. This is why I believe that the mClassic will be more popular with Nintendo Switch owners."
Improves image quality
Removes unwanted jaggies
The "jaggier" the game, the more impressive the results. If you can't stand poor anti-aliasing, then you should consider picking this little accessory up.
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