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SaloraManager
SamCoupe
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Sanyo
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Schneider
SegaAIComputer
SelcomLemon
Sharp
SharpMZ
SharpX1
SharpX68000
SharpHotbitMSX
SinclairCambrid
SinclairPC
SinclairQL
SinclairURSS
SinclairZX8
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SonyClie
SonyHitBit
SonySMC
Sord
SovietBlockComp
SpectravideoMSX
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SunMicrosystems
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Sureshot
Systema


Sinclair-URSS

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ALF TV Game

1991


El juego de la TV ALF (aka Elf) - consola de videojuegos basado en casa en el ZX Spectrum 48K. Construido sobre BMC T34VG1. Dos raras chips de RAM EKR565RU11 que están organizando 65536 × 4), 27.256 ROM (KR573RF8) o 27c010 (128 KB) con juegos incorporados. Dos conectores para joysticks, la salida RGB, modulador RF. Brest CSC ha desarrollado Occidente y fue producido por Tsvetotron (Brest). No se sabe donde se vende consolas y juegos para ello.


 Эльф

ATM Turbo

1991

Argo

1991

Arus

1991

Bajt

1991


 Year: 1991 CPU: UA800
RAM/ROM: 48kB / 16kB Clone: Spectrum
Colors: 8 Resolution: ?

Baltica

1991


 Балтик

Baltik

1991

Basic

1991

Basic b

1991


 Бейсик

Best III

1993

Bi Am ZX-Spectrum

1992

Blitz

1990


Blic

Byte

1991

Byte 01

1991


 Байт

CTSirius

1991

Companion

1991

Companion 2

1991

Composite Personal Computer

1991

Computer Byte

1991

Constructor

1991

Contact 64

1991

Contact CPS 128

1991

Delta - C

1991

Delta - CA

1991

Delta - N

1991


 дельта

Delta S1

1991


 Дельта

Delta SA

1991


 Дельта

Didaktik Alfa

1986

Didaktik Gama

1987

Didaktik Kompakt

1991

Didaktik M

1990

Digra

1991

Dik

1991


 Дик

Dubna 48K

1991


 Дубна-48К

Duet

1991


 Дуэт

Dynael

1991

Elbrus

1991

Electro Magnetica Jet

1990


 Year: 1990 CPU: MME 880D Zilog Z80 Russian clone
RAM/ROM: 16 or 48kB / ?kB Clone: Spectrum
Colors: 8 Resolution: 256 x 192

Electronica CIP

1988


 Year: 1988 CPU: MMN-80
RAM/ROM: 64kB or 256kB / 16kB Clone: Spectrum Clone
Colors: 8 Resolution: 256 x 192

Electronica CIP-3

1988


 Year: 1988 CPU: MMN-80
RAM/ROM: 64kB or 256kB / 16kB Clone: Spectrum Clone
Colors: 8 Resolution: 256 x 192

Electronica CIP-4

1988


 Year: 1988 CPU: MMN-80
RAM/ROM: 64kB or 256kB / 16kB Clone: Spectrum Clone
Colors: 8 Resolution: 256 x 192

Fanny

1991

Forum BK-06

1991

Forum BK-09 Turbo

1991

Gamma

1991

Hobbit

1991

ITC Spectrum

1991

ITCI Cobra

1988


 Year: 1988 CPU: Z-80 or clone
RAM/ROM: 64kB / 32+2kB Clone: Spectrum
Colors: 16 Resolution: 256x192

Ice Felix HC2000

1991

Ice Felix HC85

1985


The HC series of computer were built at a company called Ice Felix founded in 1970, located in Bukarest (Bucuresti). The Company still exists and even has a (web page with some valuable information (HC85=1985/HC2000=1993). As far as I know all HC machines were Sinclair Spectrum clones, built arround the Zilog Z-80 processor. I am not sure if it was a original Z-80 or a east-european clone.
HC85
Introduced in 1985 the HC85 was the first machine of the HC line. It has to load its basic interpreter from tape - there was no floppy disk available. The keyboard is said to be quite bad.
From [Old-Computers.com] I learned that there were two versions of the HC-85 - the older one in the classic-syle an a modern-version that looks like the HC-90. The classic-version seems to be the rarer one. According to Stefan Marinescu it had the BASIC interpreter in the ROM, so it did not load anything like that from casette - perhaps this is different for the old and the new version? We have to find out ....

HC88
According to Bogdan Bordea there also was a HC-88 (same case as the HC-85) with CP/M support.

HC90
Unlike the HC85 the HC90 has a built in Basic-Interpreter.

HC91
Built arroud 1991 the HC91 was just a facelife for the HC90. From [Old-Computers.com] I learned that there were two versions of the HC-91 - one with a 40-key version with a HC-90 flat-keyboard an a newer 50-key version with a better (more typwriter like) keyboard. The circuit diagramm is also different.

HC2000
In 1993 the HC 2000 was launched - the last and the best of the HC machines. It came with a built in disk-drive (double density, 720kB) - there was also a version of the HC2000 with a built in tape recorder. The floppy-disk version of the HC2000 was able to load a CP/M operating system (you had to type PRINT USR 14446 command at the BASIC prompt).

Ice Felix HC88

1988

Ice Felix HC90

1990

Ice Felix HC91

1991

Ikar

1991


 Икар-64

Impuls M

1991

Impulse

1991

Infoton 030

1991


 Инфотон-030

Inter

1991

Iskra1085

1991

Julduz

1991

Karat

1991

Kompanion

1991


 Компаньон

Kompanion 2

1991


 Компаньон

Kontakt

1991

Krok

1991

Kvant BK

1991


 Квант-БК

Kvant BK MC0530

1991


 Квант-БК МС0530

Kvant-3AB

1991

Kvant-BK

1991

Kvant-BK2

1991

Kvarts

1991


 Кварц

Kvorum

1991

Kvorum 128

1991


 Кворум

Leningrad

1991

Lilia

1991

Magic

1991


 компьютер

Magic-05

1991

Magistr 128

1991


 Магистр 128

Master

1991


 Мастер

Master2

1991

Nafanya

1991

Olympic-C

1991


Олимпик-С

Orel BK-08

1991

Orizon Micro

1991

Partner-PC

Parus

1991

Parus VI

1991


 Парус ВИ-201

Pentagon

1991

Peters MP64

1991

Peters WS 128

1991

Profi

1991

Quantum

1991

Quorum BK04

1991

Radon Plus

1991

Raduga-001

1991

Raton-9003

1991

Rita

1991

Robi

1991

Robik

1991

Russian ZX Spectrum

1991

Santaka 002

1991


 Сантака-002

Santaka-002

1991

Saulys 1

1991

Scorpion ZS-256

1991

Sever 48-002

1991

Sinclair ZXSpectrum Clone

1991

Sinko Best

1991

Sintez

1991

Sintez 2

1991

Sintez M

1991

Spark-128

1991

Spectr

1991

Sura-S

1991

Symbol

1991

Timisoara MicroTim

1983

Timisoara MicroTim Plus

1983

Timisoara Tim-S

1983

Tokk Pc48g

1991

Ural8-64K

1991

Vector

1991

Vesta IK 31

1991

Vesta IK-30

1991

Vesta IK-31

1991

Volna

1991


 Волна

Vostok

1991


 Восток

Widicon

1991

ZX-Sprinter

1997


The Sprinter (also called ZX-Sprinter) is a microcomputer made by Russian Peters Plus, Ltd.; it is the last model of ZX Spectrum being produced in a factory. Its built using what the company calls a Flex architecture.
This uses an Altera PLD as part of the core logic, allowing the machines hardware to be reconfigured on the fly for several ZX-Spectrum models compatibility or its own enhanced native mode (hardly used). This is comparable to the design of Jeri Ellsworths C-One reprogrammable computer.

The Sprinter in one of its modes runs the Estex operating system but mainly it works in many modes of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum home computer of the 1980s (with TR-DOS Spectrum system on-board).


 Sprinter 97

Procesador: Zilog Z84C15 a 14 MHz, 3,5 MHz en configuración de ZX Spectrum
FPGA :? Altera EPF10K10QC208 (10,000 válvulas)
RAM : 1 a 4 MB
Video RAM: 192 KB
Controlador de unidad: en chip KR1818VG93
Unidades compatibles : 3.5 (720 KB, 1.44 MB), 5.25 (720 KB)
Otros dispositivos:
Controlador IDE
Controlador de teclado AT
Controlador de puerto COM (dos puertos)
Controlador de puerto paralelo similar a Centronix (dos puertos)
Opciones de expansión: tres ranuras estándar ISA-8
Sprinter 2000

Procesador: Zilog Z84C15 a 21 MHz, 3.5 MHz en configuración ZX Spectrum
FPGA: Altera EP1K30QC208-3 (30,000 puertas)
RAM : hasta 4 MB (se utilizan SIMM estándar de 72 pines)
RAM rápida: 64 KB
ROM : 128 KB
RAM de video: 256 KB (ampliable a 512 KB)
Ancho de banda de memoria: hasta 7 MB por segundo
Controlador de unidad: en chip KR1818VG93
Unidades compatibles : 3.5 (720 KB, 1.44 MB), 5.25 (720 KB)
Dispositivos de pantalla: monitor CGA, monitor RGB, TV SCART
Otros dispositivos:
Reloj de tiempo real (DALLAS)
Controlador IDE
Controlador de teclado AT
Controlador de mouse de Microsoft
Opciones de expansión: dos ranuras estándar ISA-8

Zvezda

1991


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