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VGA

abbr.
video graphics array
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VGA

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) video graphics array; a computing standard that has a resolution of 640 × 480 pixels with 16 colours or of 320 × 200 pixels with 256 colours. SVGA (super VGA) is a later version with higher spatial and colour resolution, esp 800 × 600 pixels with 256 colours
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VGA

video graphics array: a high-resolution standard for displaying text, graphics, and colors on computer monitors.
[1987]
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VGA

abbr of video graphics arrayVGA
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