Definitions for "Enhanced Graphics Adapter"
Keywords:  ega, vga, cga, palette, ibm
The standard that came after CGA and before VGA. It allowed resolutions up to 640x350 pixels and 16 colors from a palette of 64. It was soon replaced by...
A video card permitting a computer to display according to an enhanced graphics array of parameters. See VGA.
A video adapter standard that provides medium-resolution text and graphics, introduced by IBM in 1984. EGA can display 16 colors at the same time from a choice of 64, with a horizontal resolution of 640 pixels and a vertical resolution of 350 pixels.