It is a standard port for connecting to video devices such as monitors and projectors. Currently, DVI and HDMI ports have replaced VGA. The abbreviation of the word Video Graphics Array means "video graphics arrays". This port was designed by IBM in 1987 and replaced the EGA, MDA and CGA standards. .
"Oscar" VGA cable "M/HD15" model is a standard cable for transferring images to devices capable of playing video files such as monitors and projectors. This 1.5 meter cable is made of pure copper and its connectors are coated with gold metal, which increases the speed of data transfer.
Oscar has designed this cable to resist radio and electromagnetic interference.
This cable has the ability to support 1080 x 1920 pixels resolution and can be used to display FULL HD videos on the monitor or transfer to the projector.