VGA is back in the headlines.
And this time, it’s not for the better.
In a deal with Indian tech giant Asus, the two companies are going to tie up a TV box.
Asus is going to make the VGA port available in India.
This is a significant step for India, as the country has not had a proper TV box for over a decade.
Asus will make the ports available through the company’s India subsidiary, Asus TV, in a few months, and it will be priced at Rs. 9,999.
That’s less than the current entry-level VGA-equipped TVs, but more than the prices of many other top-tier devices.
This isn’t just a marketing ploy, though.
Asus says it has been working with Indian companies like Tata Motors and Reliance Jio to make VGA devices for the country.
It’s a smart move to bring the VGS/VGA port to India, which is a big market.
There’s also a chance the VG27AQ will become the first VGA display to support HDR, the new TV standard that the industry is embracing.
This could be a game changer for the Indian market.
But the other major reason why we should be excited about this deal is that it signals the return of the V-shaped VGA.
This has been the standard for TV boxes since the VHS days.
In fact, it was the first standard TV box to support both PAL and NTSC, as well as the “wide color gamut” that most televisions today are.
It was the reason why TVs used to look like a flat panel.
Now, the VGM format is a different thing entirely, and with it comes the need for a new kind of TV box — one that can take full advantage of it.
That means a TV will look different and be more visually appealing, and this is something that could make or break a VGA box.
We don’t know much about the VGTV, but it seems to be the new standard for the TV box, which makes sense because it’s a lot more affordable.
In addition, VGT is the latest TV standard to arrive from the technology giant, which means it’s also the newest to come out from India.
In the past, it took years for the VGN format to gain traction.
Now that it’s finally here, it looks like the VGRV is a much more mature standard.
The VGT and VGTN are the only two TV standards currently being used in India, and the first to be made for TV devices that don’t require the use of an external monitor.
It will be interesting to see how the VAGV will fare.
While we have to wait for a few more months to get a full review of the new VGA VGS-T, there’s a few things we can take away from this deal.
First, this is a good sign that the VGC/VGTV is finally gaining some traction in India and that the new era of televisions will be here in a couple of months.
It also confirms that VGA TVs are still alive and kicking in India — we just have to keep it up.
Second, the deal is a great sign that Indian tech companies like Asus and Tata Motors are getting more aggressive in their marketing efforts.
This can only help the country’s tech scene, and we should all take this as a great signal that the country is starting to take seriously the possibility of a VGT-compatible TV.