VGA stands for Video Graphics Array, and a VGA cable is a type of cable commonly used to connect a computer or other device to a display, such as a monitor or projector.
The VGA cable has a male connector on each end, with 15 pins arranged in three rows of five. One end of the cable plugs into the VGA port on the computer, and the other end connects to the VGA port on the display device.
VGA cables are capable of transmitting analog video signals, and are commonly used for resolutions up to 640×480 or 800×600 pixels. However, they have largely been replaced by digital display interfaces such as DVI, HDMI, and DisplayPort, which offer higher resolution support and better image quality.