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P > PEL VARAZDIN > Galeb     


Galeb (English = Seagull) was an 8-bit computer developed by PEL Varaždin. It was largely inspired by the Compukit UK 101, Ohio Scientific Superboard and Superboard II computers that appeared in the U.K. and U.S.A. in 1979.

A grand total of 250 were produced by the end of the summer of 1984, before being replaced by Orao. (source Wikipedia)

Robert Kovac sent us this information about the Galeb (seagull) which was made by PEL Varazdin Co. and distributed by Velebit:
I don't know the start of production, but PEL Varazdin ended with production at the end of 1984 and there were only 250 units produced (so it is extremely rare). It was replaced by the Orao (eagle), better and cheaper model.

The computer was designed by Miroslav Kocjan, who also designed the Orao. It was built around a MOS 6502 processor and had 16 KB ROM with a built-in monitor and a modified version of Microsoft BASIC, and 9 KB RAM (expandable to 64KB). In text mode it could display 16 rows with 48 columns and, in graphic mode 48 lines with 96 pixels each (both modes only in monochrome). It had a built-in speaker which could produce 1 voice with 5 octaves.

Thanks also to Robert for the pictures.

We need more info about this computer ! If you designed, used, or have more info about this system, please send us pictures or anything you might find useful.




NAME  Galeb
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  Croatia
YEAR  ? 1981
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Basic interpreter
KEYBOARD  59 key full-stroke keyboard (QWERTZ)
CPU  MOS 6502
SPEED  Unknown
RAM  9 KB up to 64 KB
VRAM  Unknown
ROM  16 KB (Monitor & BASIC interpreter)
TEXT MODES  48 columns x 16 lines
GRAPHIC MODES  96 x 48 pixels
COLORS  Monochrome
SOUND  Built-in speaker - 1 channel, 5 octaves
I/O PORTS  Composite video output, TV RF video output, Serial RS-232 port, Tape interface, Expansion connector
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in power supply unit
PRICE  90,000 dinars (1984)



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