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SGVA or XGA

What does SGVA or XGA mean?

XGA and SGVA are types of resolution, resolution dictates the sharpness and clarity of the display and is determined by the number of pixels. The more pixels the better the image quality, XGA use 64% more pixels to display an image than SVGA display.

XGA or Extended Graphics Array has a native resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels with an aspect ration of 4:3, XGA will produce a clearer and more legible image than SGVA. The larger number of pixels also allows for better scaling and reduced pixelation

WXGA or Wide Extended Graphics Array is an extension of the XGA standard for widescreen display and is generally 1280 x 800 pixels primarily used for widescreen video display

SGVA or Super Video Graphics Array has a native resolution of 800 x 600 pixels with an aspect ration of 4:3