VESA Local Bus

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VESA Local Bus

(hardware, standard)
(VL, VLB) A local bus defined by the Video Electronics Standards Association, mostly used in personal computers based on the Intel 486. See also PCI.
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1-inch TFT color screen with 640 x 480 resolution, 32-bit VL bus video graphics accelerator, 1MB EDO DRAM, the Libretto AccuPoint pointing device, one type II PC Card slot and one serial infrared port.
developed by Intel Corporation that is replacing VL bus as the
In the settlement, Dell agreed not to enforce its patent against manufacturers who use the VL Bus design.
The BIOS provides complete PCI and VL bus compatibility as well as downward video mode compatibility.
The Vision968 complies with the Green PC VESA Display Power Management Signaling (DPMS) protocol, interfaces to either the PCI local bus or the VL bus and is fully compatible with VGA and SVGA.
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The BIOS provides complete PCI or VL bus compatibility as well as downward video mode compatibility.