UXGA (Ultra Extended Graphics Array)

UXGA is a display resolution of 1600x1200 pixels. It is sometimes referred to as "WUXGA" or "Wide UXGA". What resolution is SXGA? The SXGA resolution is 1280x1024. What is difference between VGA SVGA and XGA? The main difference between VGA, SVGA and XGA is the resolution that they support. VGA supports a resolution of 640x480, SVGA supports 800x600 and XGA supports 1024x768. What does SVGA mean? SVGA stands for Super Video Graphics Array. It is a video display standard that was first introduced in 1987 by IBM. SVGA is an evolution of the earlier VGA standard and supports a higher resolution and more colors than VGA. Is 1920x1200 better than 1080p? Yes, 1920x1200 is better than 1080p. 1080p is limited to a resolution of 1920x1080, while 1920x1200 offers a higher resolution of 1920x1200. This means that 1920x1200 will provide a sharper, more detailed image than 1080p. Is Wquxga a 4K? No, Wquxga is not a 4K resolution. Wquxga is a Widescreen Ultra Extended Graphics Array resolution with a resolution of 2560x1600.