The Video Graphics Array connector is a standard connector used for computer video output. Originating with the 1987 IBM PS/2 and its VGA graphics system, the 15-pin connector went on to become ubiquitous on PCs, as well as many monitors, projectors and high-definition television sets.
Data signal: I²C data channel for DDC information
Hot pluggable: Depends
Video signal: RGB video signal plus option H and V sync