Apricot Standard VGA 640x480 Monitor

Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: Apricot
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: Not specified
Operating System: Windows 98/2000/NT/XP/
Latest Version / Release Date: Not specified / Not specified

Windows device driver information for Apricot Standard VGA 640x480 Monitor

Apricot Standard VGA 640 x 480 Monitor features the standard VGA 640 x 480 mode. VGA is an acronym for Video Graphics Array and isused specifically in reference to display hardware which was initially introduced to IBM PS/2 computer line in the year 1987. However, with its continuous use, the use of the term VGA has come to refer to the display standard of analog computers the 15 pin D-Sub VGA connector or the resolution of 640 x 480; hence the term VGA 640 x 480 mode. Though the 640 x 480 resolution mode has been surpassed by other resolutions in the market for personal computers, it is becoming a favorite resolution for use on mobile products. Apricot uses the video grahics Array (VGA) graphics standard as the video input for their modern monitors which perform at a very high resolution.

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This Standard VGA 640 x 480 component is used to provide support for a display of standard 640 x 480. Thus most VGA monitors cannot correctly display resolutions which exceed 640 x 480. Some of the specifications of a VGA include a video RAM measuring 256 KB, 16-color as well as 256-color modes, eight hundred horizontal pixels maximum and 600 lines maximum. The refresh rates of VGA are a maximum of 70 Hz and the product also features selectable 25.175. Other specifications of Video Graphic Array (VGA) include Barrel shifter, “Raster Ops” support, a planar mode with a maximum of 16 colors and split screen support. Standard VGA 640 x 480 component is inclusive of monitor.inf file. This is an Information file which is supplied by the system for generic monitors. The monitor.inf file is linked to Windows 95 operating system. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Apricot Standard VGA 640x480 Monitor errors before installing any driver updates.