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Comment Re:It was the first standard for video? (Score 1) 406

so there came 800x600 (IBM later called that XGA) and then a succession of "Super VGA" "standards" (as in the joke, there are so many of them) all with different resolutions higher than 800x600, and some supporting wide aspect ratios.

You have that backwards. SVGA was 800x600. The XGA standards start at 1024x768 and go up from there.

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