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PC 1715

The Robotron 1715 was designed in Eastern Germany and manufactured by VEB Robotron Büromaschinenwerk "Ernst Thälmann" in Sömmerda.

It was based on a Z80 CPU (in fact Eastern clone U880), and used SCP, a CP/M compatible operating system. It was widely used in Russia and other East European countries for office and educational purposes.

Although it didn't stand the comparison with Western PC systems, it was a very robust and reliable system daily used by numerous companies in every field. One of its main drawback is that it didn't have any graphic resolution.

There were different models of the 1715, with different memory and floppy configurations. The 1715M had 256 KB RAM and SCP3 (CP/M 3.0 clone) as its OS.
The 1715 was the direct successor of the Robotron A5120 and was fully software-compatible with it.


Contributors : Ruediger

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Hej Przemek, je$$380$eli nadal masz go do sprzedania, napisz prosz$$281$ na adres: niubio $at$ Dzi$$281$ki :)

Thursday 7th August 2014
Piotr (Poland)

I have a Robotron 1715 FDD machine if you like$) I looks like new. Nobody knew what is was for many years.

Thursday 23rd January 2014
Przemek (Poland)

I own PC 1715 . Where can I get some software for it ? e.g. sytem disk ?

Sunday 17th July 2011
Qdlaczian (Poland)


NAME  PC 1715
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  Germany
YEAR  1985
KEYBOARD  Typewriter type, 97 keys with numeric keypad and 15 function keys
CPU  U880 (Z80 clone)
SPEED  2.25 MHz
CO-PROCESSOR  CRT controller : KR 580 WG 75 (Intel 8275)
RAM  64 KB (theoricaly upgradable to 256 KB, but memory expansions never came)
TEXT MODES  64 x 16, 80 x 24
COLORS  Monochrome green phosphore
SOUND  no sound device
SIZE / WEIGHT  50 (W) x 40 (D) x 14 (H) cm / 12.8 Kg
I/O PORTS  Keyboard, printer (RS-232), V24, external drive
BUILT IN MEDIA  2 x 5''1/4 disk-drives (720 KB each)
OS  SCP (CP/m-Clone)
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in switching Power Supply Unit
PRICE  19,047 GDR Mark (GRD, 1986)



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