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VGA input

Classroom Feature

A VGA input on a wall plate

A VGA input allows a user to connect their own personal device, such as a laptop or tablet, to the in-room display via a VGA cable. VGA carries only the video signal, and an additional auxilary cable is necessary to carry audio.

VGA is a technology that is being phased out in classrooms across, as newer devices are no longer produced with this output. 

Users of Apple devices, or devices with only USB-C ports will require an external dongle to connect the device's port to the VGA port.