VGA

Video Graphics Array: “standard� screen size of 640 by 480 pixels.

VGA

video graphics array (640 X 480 pixels)

VGA

Video Graphics Array

VGA

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Video Graphics Array. Refers to a display screen with a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. (QXGA, SVGA, SXGA, UXGA, XGA)
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VGA

(Video Graphics Array) A display standard providing 640 x 480 resolution with 16 colors.
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VGA

A VGA screen is a screen with a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. This gives a total resolution of four times the standard mobile phone screen and is not currently popular amongst many manufacturers.
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VGA

A video standard for unlimited color reproduction.
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VGA

Abbreviation for Video Graphics Array. A graphics system developed by IBM. Resolution is 640 x 480 pixels and uses 16 colors. Widely used as a standard for PC graphics systems.
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VGA

an American hop variety providing medium bitterness.
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VGA

Computer graphics card designed by IBM which has become de-facto standard in PC industry. Almost all
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VGA

Graphic standard for PCs with a maximum resolution of 640 x 480 pixels.
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VGA

In computing, a colour display system that provides either 16 colours on screen and a resolution of 640 × 480, or 256 colours with a resolution of 320 × 200. SVGA (Super VGA) provides even higher resolution and more colours
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VGA

Refers to an image resolution size of 640 x 480 pixels.
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VGA

Video Graphics Adaptor or array - an early and relatively low resolution screen display: 640 × 480 pixels in at least 256 colours - in Acorn-speak: Mode 28
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VGA

Video Graphics Array
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VGA

Video Graphics Array (VGA) is the de facto standard for today`s graphics adapters. This defines the mechanism for displaying graphics on a computer monitor, and the basic resolution & color combinations. Extensions to this specification include SVGA and XGA, which define higher resolutions and color capabilities.
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VGA

Video Graphics Array a display mode introduced by IBM in 1987 that allowed a choice between 16 colours at 640 x 480 pixels or 256 colours at 320 x 200 pixels.
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VGA

Video Graphics Array, details ...
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VGA

Video Graphics Array.
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VGA

Video Graphics Array. A standard display used by PC monitors that can be emulated on the Amiga using Monitor Drivers. It is capable of displaying 256 colours at a resolution of 320x200, or 16 colours at a resolution of 640x480.
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VGA

Video Graphics Array. See Graphics Standards.
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VGA

Video Graphics Array; a standard screen size of 640 x 480 pixels.
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