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Also referred to as Extended Graphics Adapter. An IBM graphics standard introduced in 1990 that provides screen pixel resolution of 1024×768 in 256 colours or 640×480 in high (16-bit) colour. It subsequently came to be used to describe cards and monitors capable of resolutions up to 1024×768, regardless of the number of colours available.