Tech Companies Target 2015 to End VGA Support

Tech Companies Target 2015 to End VGA Support

DisplayPort hasn't really caught on yet despite its presence on the latest graphics cards. Display manufacturers are slowly getting into it, though HDMI and DVI remain the more common display options. VGA however is set to be obsolete by 2015, according to the plans of leading PC companies like Intel and AMD . - AMD, Dell, Intel Corporation, Lenovo, Samsung Electronics LCD Business and LG Display today announced intentions to accelerate adoption of scalable and lower power digital interfaces such as DisplayPort and High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) into the PC. Intel and AMD expect that analog display outputs such as Video Graphics Array (VGA) and the low voltage differential signaling technology (LVDS) panel interface would no longer be supported in their product lines by 2015.

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