The Info List - Electronika 60

The Electronika
60 (Russian: Электроника 60) is a terminal computer made in the Soviet Union
Soviet Union
by Electronika
in Voronezh. It is a clone of an LSI-11 (made by the Digital Equipment Corporation). The Electronika
60 is a rack-mount unit that serves as a part of computing complex also comprising a 15IE-00-013 terminal and I/O devices. The main logic unit is located on the M2 CPU board. M2 CPU Technical Characteristics:

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

The original implementation of Tetris
was written for the Electronika 60 by Alexey Pajitnov. As the Elektra 60 has no graphics capability, text was used to form the blocks. [1] References[edit]

^ Hoad, Phil (June 2, 2014). "Tetris: how we made the addictive computer game". The Guardian. 

External links[edit]

Article about Electronika-60 in Russian Images of the Electronika
60M Archive software and documentation for Soviet computers UK-NC, DVK and BK0010.

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List of Soviet computer systems

A Agat Aragats Argon ATM Turbo BESM Besta Dnepr Dubna 48K Elbrus UKNC DVK Electronika
BK Electronika
60 Electronika
85 Electronika
SS BIS Electronica MC 1502 Electronica MC 1504 ES EVM ES PEVM GVS-100 Hobbit Hrazdan Iskra Irisha Kiev KVM-1 Korvet M-1 M MESM Micro-80 Microsha Minsk МИР МИР-2 МИР-3 Nairi Orion-128 Pentagon Poisk Pravetz Promina PS-2000, PS-3000 Radon Radio-86RK Scorpion Setun SM EVM Sneg Specialist Strela SVS TsUM-1 UM Ural UT-88 Vector-06C Vesna

See also: History of computing in the Soviet Union

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