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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Elektronska industrija NIS  PECOM 32 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Thursday 20th September 2018
digitalsd (Smederevo/Srbija)

@CONSTANTINUS, well, Pecom has very nice CPU but regarding learning of machine code and developing hardware, Galaksija was unattainable :)

Saturday 7th October 2017
Dave (USA)

It looks rather small. Was it a big system?

Tuesday 6th February 2007

pecom 32 is the best cpu for learning basic and assembler.

Friday 17th October 2003
Sylvain (France)

Hi Dumba, Could you send us a little more information about your PECOM 32 and possibly some pictures as well. Thanks

Friday 17th October 2003
Dumba (OS)

Got one at home... really is slow, and looks a bit different as well. I believe it is a later model, from around 1989.

Friday 20th June 2003
Miroslav (SCG)

I had a chance to try one of these, back in 1991. It's unbelievably slow for a 5MHz clock (C64/128 fans DO expect a bang for their MHz, don't they? :), but the thing that bothered me most was the space bar. It's kind of squeezed-in, like on laptops, but also sunk down and placed near the case edge in order to effectivly block any effort to hit it with left hand thumb. Very frustrating. Though, the case looked slightly different than the one shown here. An improved version, perhaps? :)

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