CVGA

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AcronymDefinition
CVGAColor Vga
CVGACompaq Vga
CVGACentral Victorian Greenhouse Alliance (Australia)
CVGAComputer & Video Game Archive (University of Michigan)
CVGAColor Video Graphics Array
CVGAChamplain Valley Greenbelt Alliance (est. 2000; Vermont)
CVGAChippewa Valley Golf Association (Wisconsin)
CVGACentral Valley Golf Association (est. 1998; Costa Rica)
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An intuitive 9-inch color VGA operation touch panel enables users to take advantage of thumbnail previews and check their work to avoid any errors before sharing it with colleagues and clients.
The balance's color VGA display uses icon-based simple menu navigation, which is broadcast on its highres 5.7" color TFT display for readable operation.
Equipped with 802.11a/b/g, a crisp color VGA display and a two-megapixel digital auto-focus color camera, the new rugged EDA delivers the industry's first mobile computer compatible with multiple 3G WAN network standards that captures high quality pictures, documents and signatures, as well as 1D and 2D bar codes.
Equipped with 802.11a/b/g, a crisp color VGA display and a 2 megapixel digital auto-focus color camera, the new rugged EDA delivers the industry's first mobile computer compatible with multiple 3G WAN network standards that captures high quality pictures, documents and signatures, as well as 1D and 2D bar codes.
A high-resolution color VGA display and multiple colors facilitate the comparison of measurement traces.
The graphics controller is an embedded color VGA processor that can be used to generate VGA signals for image display on VGA monitors and VGA compatible devices.
The Cellular-Scout's advanced PIR motion detector will capture a full color VGA quality digital photo and, within one minute, email it to your PC or cell phone.
transmissive TFT-LCD module is a new LCD engineered to meet the performance needs of design engineers integrating color VGA displays, or upgrading existing displays, into industrial applications.
The device offers a "No Button" flat touch-screen interface incorporated into a 3.7-inch color VGA LCD display on which users can also watch their music and digital image "remixes." The m:robe 500 will retail for an estimated $499.99.
All are shown on a full color VGA quality display or transmitted via external data communications.
To run, the program requires a 486 or higher IBM/IBM compatible PC; 16 MB minimum of RAM; 256 color VGA video or better and a CD-ROM drive.