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Hard to believe that not too long ago, this passed for a personal computer.

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pentiummmx: “ computergamernerd: “ Apple Lisa ” I saw one of these in person ages ago. By the time I figured out exactly what it was, some 10 years later, I regret not buying it ”

Agat was the first versatile 8-bit personal computer mass-produced in the Soviet Union for use in public education. Developed in 1981-1983 on the basis of the Apple II, it went into serial production in 1984, which lasted up until 1993. According to various reports, some Russian schools continued using Agat machines until at least 2001.

Agat was the first versatile personal computer mass-produced in the Soviet Union for use in public education. Developed in on the basis of the Apple II, it went into serial production in which lasted up until According to vario

Old computer that we had a long time ago. Pretty crazy how far things have gotten.

Old computer that we had a long time ago. Pretty crazy how far things have…

ORDENADOR PERSONAL PC COMPUTER AMSTRAD CPC 6128 1985

ORDENADOR PERSONAL PC COMPUTER AMSTRAD CPC 6128 1985

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The Amiga 2000 an awesome graphics computer way ahead of its time. Commodore never marketed enough to become popular. My dad still has it in his basement.

DEC VT05 - CRT Computer Terminal (1970) by Digital Equipment Corporation. The VT05 featured no fancy editing functions (bold, underline, reverse scrolling etc.) that we take for granted today.

DEC - CRT Computer Terminal by Digital Equipment Corporation. The featured no fancy editing functions (bold, underline, reverse scrolling etc.) that we take for granted today.

Sharp MZ80k Computer Working - Power Supply Capacitors Replaced

Sharp MZ80k Computer Working - Power Supply Capacitors Replaced

The Iskra 1030 was a Soviet version of IBM’s PC/XT - a compatible personal computer based on the KR1810VM86 processor (an analog of the Intel 8086). The Iskra 1030M model was first presented at the “Automation'89” international industrial exhibition, held in Moscow in late 1989. The model had good competitive advantages for its time: the 256 KB RAM was expandable to 1MB. The second and third iterations featured hard drives - up to 10 MB. However, it was not widely distributed.

Even though few people could afford personal computers in Soviet times, there were plenty of them in the Here are the most popular ones

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