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Hexadecatuple Extended Graphics Array
Hexadecatuple Extended Graphics Array, or HXGA, is a display standard that defines a resolution of 4096x3072 pixels. It uses a 4:3 aspect ratio. As the name suggests, it has 16 times the pixels as the Extended Graphics Array (XGA) display standard. There is no device that can render an image this large, but image recording equipment can capture still images with this level of detail.
Widesreen Variety of this display standard is WHXGA.