Komputer 2086

Komputer 2086

Infobox computer
Photo =
Type = Home computer
Released = 1986
Discontinued =
Processor = Zilog Z80A @ 3.58 MHz
Memory = 48 KiB
OS = Sinclair BASIC, CP/M 2.2

The Unipolbrit [Unipolbrit is a portmanteau word of Uni, from "Unimor" company of Gdansk (or "Uni"ted, as said by another sources), "pol", from Poland and "brit" from British. The number "86" in "2086" isn't "2068" misspelled, but the two last digits of the year of the production start.] Komputer 2086 was a Polish version of the home computer Timex Sinclair 2068, produced by a joint venture of the Polish Unimor and Timex Computer of Portugal. The machine wasn't 100% ZX Spectrum-compatible (like all other Timex Sinclair versions) and a "Spectrum Emulation" cartridge was available.

Technical specifications


See also

* Elwro 800 Junior
* Mera-Elzab Meritum
* Timex Sinclair 2068

External links

* [http://www.homecomputer.de/pages/easteurope_pl.html#unipolbrit Komputer 2086] at [http://www.homecomputer.de/ HCM] . Accessed in April 5, 2008.

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