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Elektronika

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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 KP05

1991

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)