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SovietBlockComputers

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Agat-9

1983

Aircomp 16

1982


Homelab-1

Apogee BK-01

1986


Apogey BK-01 (Russian: Апогей БК-01)
Radio clone

BRG Abc80


 Year: 198? CPU: Zilog Z-80 / 4MHz
RAM/ROM: 16kB / 16kB Clone: Luxor ABC-80
Colors: b/w Resolution: 78x75 (?)

Bosman 8


 Year: 198? CPU: Z-80 (clone?)
RAM/ROM: 64kB / 16B Clone: CPM Machine
Colors: ? Resolution: ?

Consul 2717

1989


 Year: 1989 CPU: MHB 8080A (2MHz)
RAM/ROM: 32kB / 4kB Clone: Tesla PMD 85.2
Colors: 4 Resolution: 288 x 256

Elektronika 60


Alone the Electronika 60 is a rack-mounted computer with no built-in display or storage devices. It was usually paired with a 15IE-00-013 terminal and I/O devices. The main logic unit is located on the M2 CPU board.


The original implementation of Tetris was written for the Electronika 60 by Alexey Pajitnov. As the Electronika 60 has no graphics capability, text was used to form the blocks

 M2 CPU Technical Characteristics:

Word length: 16 bits
Address space: 32K words (64 KB)
RAM size: 4K words (8 KB)
Number of instructions: 81
Performance: 250,000 operations per second
Floating-point capacity: 32 bits
Number of VLSI chips: 5
Board dimensions: 240 × 280 mm

Elektronika BK-0010


Electronics BK0010, BK0010-01 (MS 0510) , BK0011, BK0011M (MS 0513)

Elektronika BK-0011

Elektronika KR


Электроника КР-01/02/03/04 (Elektronika KR-01/02/03/04)

Elektronika MC-1502

1985

Elektronika MS-0501 DVK


DVK (Russian: ДВК, Диалоговый вычислительный комплекс, Dialogue Computing Complex) is a Soviet PDP-11-compatible personal computer.

The design is also known as Elektronika MS-0501 and Elektronika MS-0502

Elektronika MS-0511 UKNC


UKNC (Russian: УКНЦ) was a Soviet PDP-11-compatible educational computer, aimed at teaching school informatics courses. It is also known as Elektronika MS-0511. UKNC stands for Educational Computer by Scientific Centre


 CPU: KM1801VM2 @ 8 MHz, 16 bit data bus, 17 bit address bus
Peripheral processor: KM1801VM2 @ 6.25 MHz
CPU RAM: 64 KB
PPU RAM: 32 KB, ROM: 32 KB, video RAM: 96 KB (3 planes 32KB each, each 3-bit pixel had a bit in each plane)
Graphics: max 640×288 with 8 colors in one line (16 or 53 colors on whole screen), it is possible to set an individual palette, resolution (80, 160, 320, or 640 dots per line) and memory address for each of 288 screen lines; no text mode.
Keyboard: 88 keys (MS-7007), JCUKEN layout
built-in LAN controller
built-in controller for common or special tape-recorder with computer control (to use for data storage, usually 5-inch FDDs were used)

Es Pevm


(ЕС ПЭВМ)

Galaksija

1983


 Year: 1983 CPU: Zilog Z80A
RAM/ROM: 6kB / 4kB Clone: none
Colors: b/w Resolution: 256 x 208

HT 1080Z


 Year: 198? CPU: Zilog Z80
RAM/ROM: ??? / ??? Clone: TRS-80
Colors: ??? Resolution: ???

HT 2080Z


 Year: 198? CPU: Zilog Z80
RAM/ROM: ??? / ??? Clone: TRS-80
Colors: ??? Resolution: ???

Homelab Brailab

1985

Homelab Brailab Plus 77

1985

Homelab-3

1985


 Lenguajes BASIC interpreter
Teclado 59 Teclas, QWERTY Hungarian style
CPU Z80A
Velocidad 3 MHz
RAM 64 KB
Modos de Texto 64 chars. x 32 lines
Modo gráfico None
Sonido Built-in speaker
Puertos de entrada/salida TV/VHF, tape recorder, Parallel, Bus connector
Fuente de alimentación External Fuente de alimentación unit

Homelab-4

1985

IMKO


ИМКО (IMKO)

IMKO-2


ИМКО-2 / Правец-82 (IMKO-2 / Pravetz 82)

IQ-151

1983


 Year: 1983/84 CPU: MHB 8080A (2MHz)
RAM/ROM: 32kB / 4kB Clone: -
Colors: b/w Resolution: 32-64 x 32-64 (text)

Iskra 1030

Korvet


Корвет (Korvet)

Krista


Krista (Криста)

Kronos


Kronos (Кронос)

Lik


Лик (Lik, Face)

Lola 8A

1986


 CPU: Intel 8085
ROM: 8 KB, containing BASIC
Primary memory: 16 KB
Secondary storage: cassette tape
Sound: AY-3-8912
I/O ports: cassette tape interface, composite and RF video out, audio and expansion connector

Mera-Elzab Meritum


 Year: 198? CPU: Z-80 (clone?)
RAM/ROM: 64kB / 16B Clone: CPM Machine
Colors: ? Resolution: ?

Microsha

1987

Misedo 85

1985

Orion 128

PEL Varazdin Orao

1985


El Orao, (Aguila en español) es un ordenador de 8 bits desarrollado por la empresa croata PEL Varazdin en 1984. También conocido como YU102, fue diseñado por Miroslav Kocijan, y sustituyó al Galeb (Gaviota en español), equipo anterior y más limitado pero con similar filosofía de funcionamiento.

El objetivo era intentar conseguir el mejor equipo posible de bajo coste, con pocos componentes y fácil de producir. Como en otros casos, el microprocesador que se quería incluir inicialmente era el Motorola 6809, pero fue descartado por su elevado coste y sustituido por el más económico MOS 6502.

El sistema fue usado entre los años 1985 y 1991 como ordenador estándar en las escuelas de primaria de Croacia y Vojvodina, por aquel entonces parte de Yugoslavia. Solían haber dos equipos por escuela, cosa que lo convierte en un equipo difícil de conseguir. También fue usado por clubs de radioaficionados.

El equipo fue comercializado por la empresa Velebit, que también distribuyó unos ordenadores compatibles con el Apple-II llamados Impuls.


 Lenguajes Basic (Pascal language supplied on tape)
Teclado Full stroke Teclado (61 Teclas), 4 function Teclas, 4 arrow Teclas
CPU 6502
Co-procesador Unknown
RAM 16 KB and 32 KB models (expandable to 64 KB)
VRAM Unknown
ROM 16 KB (monitor + BASIC)
Modos de Texto 32 x 32
Modo gráfico 256 x 256
Colores Unknown
Sonido Unknown
Tamaño/Peso Unknown
Puertos de entrada/salida Tape interface, TV output, Composite video output, User port, RS 232 connector
OS DOS 0.1
Fuente de alimentación Fuente de alimentación built-in
Precio 55,000 dinars planned but increased to 80,000 during production

PK-01 Lvov


Львов (Lvov)

Partner 0101

Pecom 32

1985


 
Lenguajes Basic 3
Teclado Full-stroke Teclado
CPU CPD 1802B 5V7
Velocidad 5 MHZ
RAM 36 KB (32 KB available to user)
ROM 16 KB
Modos de Texto 24 x 40
Modo gráfico 240 x 216
Colores 8
Sonido 8 octaves, 16 Alimentacion levels, special effects
Puertos de entrada/salida System Bus, Tape, Video, TV Modulator, RS232c
Almacenamiento interno Mini FDD

Pecom 64

1985


 Lenguajes Basic
Teclado Full stroke 55 Teclas
CPU CPD 1802B 5V7
Velocidad 5 MHZ
RAM 64 KB
ROM 16 KB
Modos de Texto 24 x 40
Modo gráfico 240 x 216
Colores 8
Sonido 8 octaves, 16 Alimentacion levels, special effects
Puertos de entrada/salida System Bus, Tape, Video, TV Modulator, RS232c
Almacenamiento interno Mini FDD

Poisk

Pravetz 82


ИМКО-2 / Правец-82 (IMKO-2 / Pravetz 82)

Pravetz-16


Правец-8? (Pravetz-8M, -8A, -8E, -8C, -8D)

Pravetz-8A


Правец-8? (Pravetz-8M, -8A, -8E, -8C, -8D)

Pravetz-8C


Правец-8? (Pravetz-8M, -8A, -8E, -8C, -8D)

Pravetz-8D


Правец-8? (Pravetz-8M, -8A, -8E, -8C, -8D)

Pravetz-8E


Правец-8? (Pravetz-8M, -8A, -8E, -8C, -8D)

Pravetz-8M


Правец-8? (Pravetz-8M, -8A, -8E, -8C, -8D)

Primo A-32

1983


 Year: 1983 CPU: U808 (Z-80 clone)
RAM/ROM: 16,32,48kB / 16kB Clone: -
Colors: b/w Resolution: 192x256

Pyldin-601


Пылдин-601 (Pyldin-601)

Radio 86-PK

1986

Rft KC85-3

1986


 Lenguajes Basic & CAOS 3.1 (Cassette Aided Sistema operativo)
Teclado Chicklet Teclado, QWERTZ-Layout, 64 Teclas. 6 function Teclas (F1-F6), cursor Teclas. Teclado connected to the UC through a mono audio-jack.
CPU U880 D (Z80 clone)
Velocidad 1,75 Mhz
RAM 32 KB (30 kb left for user), expandable up to 4 MB
ROM 16 KB
Modos de Texto 40 columns x 32 lines
Modo gráfico 320 x 256 dots
Colores 16 foreground, 8 background colours
Sonido 2 tone generators, 2 x 5 octaves.; Stereo when connected to an hi-fi system (constant volume), mono with TV, if connected through FBAS/RGB (32 volume levels)
Tamaño/Peso Base Unit : 380 x 250 x 70 mm. Teclado : 296 x 152 x 29 mm / 4,8 Kg (including Teclado)
Puertos de entrada/salida Color TV output through PAL HF-modulator, TV output via FBAS/RGB, cassette interface DIN connector (including TTL motor switch voltage) or Sonido output to a stereo, 2 Slots de expansión, expansion interface for set-top expansion
OS CAOS 3.1 (for cassette operation), MicroDOS (if working with diskdrive expansion, CP/M compatible)
Fuente de alimentación Built-in 25 W PSU
Perifericos V24 interface, Memoria cards (16 / 64 kb), EPROM-module, several user ports, 5 ¼ diskdrive set-top (included own U880 system with 64K RAM !!)
Precio 1900 East-German Marks (Germany)

Rft KC85-4

1988


 Lenguajes CAOS 4.2 (Cassette Aided Sistema operativo), integrated Basic interpreter
Teclado QWERTZ-Layout, Function Teclas (F1-F6), Cursor Teclas
CPU U880 D (Z80 clone)
Velocidad 1,77 Mhz
Co-procesador none; CPU even managed video processing
RAM 64 KB, expandable to max. 4 MB
ROM 20 KB
Modos de Texto 40 x 32 characters
Modo gráfico 320 x 256
Colores 16 Colores/foreground, 8 Colores/background
Sonido 2 tone generators, 2x5 Octaves; Stereo when connected to a stereo hifi system (constant volume), mono over TV if connected through FBAS/RGB (32 volume levels)
Tamaño/Peso 380x250x70 mm; Teclado 296x152x29 mm / 4,8 Kg (including Teclado)
Puertos de entrada/salida Color TV output through PAL HF-modulator, TV output via FBAS/RGB, DIN connector for cassette drive (including TTL motor switch voltage) or to connect to a stereo, 2 Slots de expansión, expansion interface for set-top expansion
Almacenamiento interno none; external cassette player required (connected via DIN connector)
OS CAOS 4.2 (for cassette operation), MicroDOS (if working with Diskdrive expansion, CP/M compatible)
Fuente de alimentación ca. 25 W
Perifericos V24 interface, Memoria cards (16/64 KB), EPROM-module, several user ports, 5 ¼ diskdrive set-top (included own U880 system with 64K RAM!!)
Precio 2200 Marks

SAPI 1

1989


 Year: 198? CPU: Intel 8080A (2MHz)
RAM/ROM: 48kB / 16kB Clone: -
Colors: b/w Resolution: 40x20

Sphinx


Prototype

Tesla Ondra

1985


 Year: 198? CPU: U880
RAM/ROM: 64kB / 4kB Clone: none
Colors: b/w Resolution: 320 x 255

Tesla PMD 85

1985


 Year: 1985 [confirmed] CPU: MHB 8080A (2MHz)
RAM/ROM: 48kB / 4kB Clone: none
Colors: 4 Resolution: 288 x 256

Tim 011

1987

Triton IPT-02

1982


 Year: 1982 CPU: Zilog Z-80 / 4MHz
RAM/ROM: 16kB / ?kB Clone: none
Colors: ??? Resolution: ???

Triton IPT-02 White

1982


 Year: 1982 CPU: Zilog Z-80 / 4MHz
RAM/ROM: 16kB / ?kB Clone: none
Colors: ??? Resolution: ???

Vector 06C

Vector 06C Red

Videoton TV Computer 64

1980


 Year: 198? CPU: Zilog Z-80
RAM/ROM: 64kB / ?kB Clone: none
Colors: 16 Resolution: 320x200

Zvt PP-01

1989


 Year: 198? CPU: MHB 8080 (2MHz)
RAM/ROM: 64kB / 16kB Clone: -
Colors: 8 Resolution: 256 x 256

Korvet Mouse

Mouse



 
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