Cable guide: VGA


VGA´s stands for Video Graphics Array was first introduced in 1987 by IBM with their PS/2 line of computers.
VGA is the oldest monitor cable that is still in use. VGA signals are analog (840×480 resolution characteristic of the VGA hardware), and the image is therefore blurred and out of focus when using long cables or transmits signals with high resolution. VGA is therefore rarely used, except possibly to achieve compatibility with projectors for conference rooms (2017 are hopefully the year where manufacturers stops using VGA in their devices).


VGA Cable


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