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Ultra eXtended Graphics Array
Ultra eXtended Graphics Array, or UXGA, is a computer display standard that defines a resolution of 1600x1200 pixels, which also four times the screen resolution of SVGA of 800x600. It is an advancement on the Super eXtended Graphics Array Plus (SXGA+) standard, which offers a resolution of 1400x1050 pixels. There are, however, other resolutions that exist in between both.
UXGA is common among 21" LCD and CRT displays and also of some 15-inch laptop monitors. It's widescreen varient is WUXGA.