Super Video Graphics Array


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Super Video Graphics Array

(hardware)
(SVGA) A video display standard created by VESA for IBM PC compatible personal computers. The resolution is 800 x 600 4-bit pixels. Each pixel can therefore be one of 16 colours.

See Video Graphics Array.

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NEC LCD Technologies (Japan) has developed a new 12.1" (31 cm diagonal) amorphous-silicon thin-film-transistor (TFT) color liquid crystal display (LCD) module with super video graphics array (SVGA) resolution that enables naked-eye viewing of stereoscopic images.
1) 12.1-inch (31 cm diagonal) color TFT LCD module, part number NL8060BC31-41C, with super video graphics array (SVGA) resolution and featuring NEC LCD Technologies' proprietary super-transmissive natural light TFT (ST-NLT) technology that achieves display of vivid colors in environments with high ambient light
SVGA: Super video graphics array is the computer-video graphics standard with resolutions as high as 2,000 x 1,620 pixels and 24-bit color (16 million colors).
LDI is based around the "FPD-Link", which is used in Super Video Graphics Array (SVGA) and Extended Graphics Array (XGA)-compliant notebook computers today.
today announced that it will begin shipping samples of its new 12.1-inch (31-centimeters-diagonal) super video graphics array (SVGA), amorphous silicon, thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT LCD) module, part number NL8060BC31-36.