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Video Graphics Array (VGA) is an analog interface for projecting graphics from a computer to a screen or monitor. VGA is capable of high-definition graphics, but with some possible quality degradation.

Most WSU PC laptops, projectors, and monitors still use VGA as their primary mode of video interfacing; whether with using multi-monitor functions for the laptops or displaying on one monitor for a desktop computer, VGA is a common interface that still has its uses.

WSU Mac laptops require a Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter to connect to devices that support VGA, such as WSU projectors and monitors. These adapters are available to check out in the Technical Support Center or the Information Gallery at WSU Library.

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