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Poisk, 1991. Unboxing of this vintage home computer. Made in USSR.  The bag with wires and tape cassette with software is still sealed and holds the air from that era. The packaging looks similar to modern "environmentally friendly recyclable" packaging. The starting kit  has on board: CPU KM1810VM88 5MHz (i8088 compatible), RAM 128Kb (expandable to 384K or 640K using an extension card. I got one as a bonus), built-in CGA compatible video adapter. By default it uses a tape recorder to load/save programs but floppy drives or even hard drives can be attached using 4 extension slots. I beleive the other card I got today is for floppy drives. Will test it after an inspection and once I'll figure out how to plug my security PAL/NTSC monitor to this guy. #vintage #collectable #poisk #russiancomputer #homecomputer #vintagecomputer  #vintagecomputing #retrocomputer #oldtech  #retrocomputing

Poisk, 1991. Unboxing of this vintage home computer. Made in USSR. The bag with wires and tape cassette with software is still sealed and holds the air from that era. The packaging looks similar to modern "environmentally friendly recyclable" packaging. The starting kit has on board: CPU KM1810VM88 5MHz (i8088 compatible), RAM 128Kb (expandable to 384K or 640K using an extension card. I got one as a bonus), built-in CGA compatible video adapter. By default it uses a tape recorder to load/save programs but floppy drives or even hard drives can be attached using 4 extension slots. I beleive the other card I got today is for floppy drives. Will test it after an inspection and once I'll figure out how to plug my security PAL/NTSC monitor to this guy. #vintage  #collectable  #poisk  #russiancomputer  #homecomputer  #vintagecomputer  #vintagecomputing  #retrocomputer  #oldtech  #retrocomputing 

2 Comments:

  1. xandrster

    I remember the game on cassete, "Livingstone"

  2. vitaskhr

    @xandrster will test it soon. Hope the tape is ok.

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