Difference Between VGA, DVI, and HDMI

HDMI, or High-Definition Media Interface, is newest addition to cables that are used to connect video devices to processing units such as CPUs.

VGA, or Video Graphics Array, is the oldest cable and is currently the most common video cable that is used to connect the monitors to the CPUs.

DVI, or Digital Visual Interface, is somewhat a compromise between the VGA and HDMI.

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