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Russian programmable RPN calculator Elektronika MK-52, 1986-1991. Display:8+2  green fluorescent digits, 105 steps + 512 in EPROM, expansion port. MK-52 was carried on board in Russian space program as a plan B to calculate spaceship landing parameters if a main computer is down. #vintage #collectable #mk52 #retrotech #oldtech #calculator #russiancomputer  #programmable
Poisk, 1991. Vintage Russian PC clone. Not really fully compatible but still similar to IBM PC XT. I couldn't wait and decided to inspect and try to turn it on today. It was possible to obtain black and white PAL video  from the back of the home computer and my multisystem security monitor easily digested the signal. The result looks very promising. We will get back to this vintage computer later #vintage #collectable #poisk #oldcomputer #russiancomputer #homecomputer #vintagecomputing #restoration #retrotech #oldtech #retro #retrocomputer
Poisk, 1991. Vintage Russian PC clone. Not really fully compatible but still similar to IBM PC XT. I couldn't wait and decided to inspect and try to turn it on today. It was possible to obtain black and white PAL video from the back of the home computer and my multisystem security monitor easily digested the signal. The result looks very promising. We will get back to this vintage computer later #vintage  #collectable  #poisk  #oldcomputer  #russiancomputer  #homecomputer  #vintagecomputing  #restoration  #retrotech  #oldtech  #retro  #retrocomputer 
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 
This box was just delivered from Slovakia. It's a kind of soviet clone of IBM PCjr. The brand name is "Poisk". There is a stamp on the package that it was manufactured on August 2, 1991. The label on the box says:"For kids older than 12 years" and 2 extension cards were included as a bonus. It goes to the queue for testing and restoration. #vintage #collectable #homecomputer #oldcomputer #vintagecomputer #vintagecomputing #retrocomputer #oldtech #russiancomputer #retrocomputing
This box was just delivered from Slovakia. It's a kind of soviet clone of IBM PCjr. The brand name is "Poisk". There is a stamp on the package that it was manufactured on August 2, 1991. The label on the box says:"For kids older than 12 years" and 2 extension cards were included as a bonus. It goes to the queue for testing and restoration. #vintage  #collectable  #homecomputer  #oldcomputer  #vintagecomputer  #vintagecomputing  #retrocomputer  #oldtech  #russiancomputer  #retrocomputing 
WHAT I READ: “Russian computer“ by  Semezdin Mehmedinović

Semezdin Mehmedinović (born 1960) is a Bosnian writer.

The book follows the life of Semezdin Mehmedinović after he left Sarajevo and decided to start fresh...on one occasion he almost met Mike Tyson :) #semezdinmehmedinovic #russiancomputer #books #writers #whatiread #bosnianwriters #croatianedition
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Apogee BK01C, 1988-1991. Vintage  Russian home computer. The experiment with GBS-8200 was successful. It converted PAL RGB signal from the back of computer to standard VGA and I got 8 colors promised by the manual #vintage #collectable #homecomputer #oldcomputer #retrocomputer #vintagecomputer #oldtech #vintagegaming #russiancomputer #retro #vintagecomputing #restoration #boulderdash #gbs8200 #lines
Apogee BK01C, 1988-1991. The vintage guy needs +12V, +5V and -5V. I plugged it to my lab power supply and it's alive. Got black and white mode. Need to try GBS-8220 for PAL color mode and google some games in WAV format. 6pin and 7pin DIN connector  shopping is coming to make right power and video cables #vintage #collectable #homecomputer #oldcomputer #retrotech #vintagecomputer #retro #russiancomputer #oldtech #vintagecomputing
Apogee BK01C, 1988-1991. Another Russian home computer from 80s. I got this from Ebay as a plan B to help me with the restoration of Radio-86RK. I can measure signals between chips and compare. This home computer was built using Radio-86RK DIY design with little improvements. The manufacturer increased RAM up to 64Kb, added a separate 3 channel sound processor and it's not B/W video. It has 8 colors. That "C" at the end of the model name means "color". The CPU is KR580VM80A. No power supply, but the condition is like new. Seems nobody used it. Hope it works. #vintage #collectable #homecomputer #vintagecomputer #oldtech #retro #restoration #retrotech #oldcomputer #russiancomputer #kr580vm80a #apogeebk #vintagecomputing
Apogee BK01C, 1988-1991. Another Russian home computer from 80s. I got this from Ebay as a plan B to help me with the restoration of Radio-86RK. I can measure signals between chips and compare. This home computer was built using Radio-86RK DIY design with little improvements. The manufacturer increased RAM up to 64Kb, added a separate 3 channel sound processor and it's not B/W video. It has 8 colors. That "C" at the end of the model name means "color". The CPU is KR580VM80A. No power supply, but the condition is like new. Seems nobody used it. Hope it works. #vintage  #collectable  #homecomputer  #vintagecomputer  #oldtech  #retro  #restoration  #retrotech  #oldcomputer  #russiancomputer  #kr580vm80a  #apogeebk  #vintagecomputing 
Elektronika KR-02 "Radio-86RK", 1989. Russian 80s DIY home computer. Troubleshooting memory CAS signal. One IC was replaced. Still no luck. #vintage #collectable #homecomputer #vintagecomputer #retrocomputer #vintagecomputing #russiancomputer #repair #radio86rk #kr580vm80a #oldtech #kr02
Electronika BK-0010-01,1983-1993. Mass production started in 1985. 16-bit CPU K1801VM1, 3 MHz, PDP-11 compatible, RAM 32Kb,  hi resolution video 512x256 monochrome or low resolution 256x256 4 colors, built-in BASIC + external cartridge with FOCAL. #vintage #collectable #bk0010  #homecomputer #oldcomputer #retrocomputer #vintagecomputer #classiccomputer #vintagecomputing #oldtech #retro #schoolcomputer #russiancomputer