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Notebook Computer Terms
D-SUB or DB15 cable. The connector on your notebook or PC that carries the analogue signals to your monitor. Has 15 pins and gets it's name from the D-shaped raised shield.
These days most laptops have the superior DVI/HDMI digital connections which is like going from VSH to DVD. There really is no comparison, always go with the DVI connection. Actually, most current video cards don't even carry these analogue signals anymore.
In most cases, when setting up monitors or displays, go with the digital DVI or HDMI cables/signals if they're present on your device. The superior images and sound will be worth it.
Here's a helpful YouTube video explaining or comparing using DVI vs VGA or digital vs analogue signals/connections.
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