CNET GLOSSARY: Terms for the techie
Video Graphics Array
The minimum acceptable standard for PC display systems. VGA monitors are capable of displaying 16 colors at 640x480 pixel resolution; VGA circuits in the computer convert digital signals into analog for the monitor. All CRT monitors, and LCD monitors that accept analog input, work with VGA signals.
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