XGA is the measurement of pixels in density of an image expressed in horizontal dots and vertical dots. XGA is 1024 x 768 resolution. This represents 1024 pixels horizontally by 768 pixels vertically. The higher the resolution, or density, enables the greater detail of the display.
XGA is used to define a specific display resolution. Resolution is defined by the number of individual dots that a display uses to create an image. These dots are called pixels. An XGA display has 1020 horizontal pixels and 768 vertical pixels giving a total display resolution of 783,360 individual pixels that are used to compose the image delivered by a projector.
eXtended Graphics Array: also referred to as Extended Graphics Adapter. An IBM graphics standard introduced in 1990 that provides screen pixel resolution of 1024x768 in 256 colours or 640x480 in high (16-bit) colour. It subsequently came to be used to describe cards and monitors capable of resolutions up to 1024x768, regardless of the number of colours available.
Extended Graphics Array. 1024x768 pixels has 1024 horizontal pixels and 768 vertical pixels that define the image on screen. This very high resolution specification for computer and projector displays has eliminated jaggy text and made it possible to read even the smallest detail in spreadsheets and projected software screens.
Abbreviation for "Extended Graphics Array"] A high-res computer display standard developed by IBM in 1990. XGA supports 65,536 colors at a screen resolution of 640 x 480 pixels and 256 colors at 1,024 x 768 pixels. The latest XGA-2 offers 1,024 by 768 resolution in high color and a higher-refresh rate than XGA.
a high-resolution graphics standard introduced by IBM in 1990. It provides 640 by 480 or 1024 by 768 and supports more simultaneous colors (65 thousand compared to 8514/A's 256 colors). In addition, XGA allows monitors to be non-interlaced.
Acronym for Extended Graphics Array. A high-resolution video adapter introduced by IBM in 1991 to replace the 8514/A standard. XGA is available as a microrochannel architecture expansion board or ... more
XGA, the eXtended Graphics Array, is an IBM display standard introduced in 1990. Today, it is best known as a synonym for the 1024 Ã— 768 pixels display resolution, but the official definition is broader than that. It was not a new and improved replacement for Super VGA, but rather became one particular subset of the broad range of capabilities covered under the "Super VGA" umbrella.