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Agat 9

The Agat-9, produced after the Agat, was a fully compatible Apple II+ system with real expansion possibilities (6 non-apple compatible slots).

It was then possible to add memory expansion cards, serial cards, additional disk-drives and even network cards.

In fact the Agat-9 was also compatible with the more exotic Pravetz-8 and Tzyntzy computers, which were also Apple II clones.

NAME  Agat 9
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  Russia
YEAR  1986
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard
CPU  6502 or russian clone
SPEED  1 Mhz
RAM  128k (up to 640k)
ROM  2 KB (System monitor)
TEXT MODES  32 x 32 (8 colors), 63 x 32, 40 x 24 (monochrome)
GRAPHIC MODES  512 x 256, 256 x 256 (monochrome), 256 x 256 (4 colors), 128 x 128 (16 colors), 280 x 192 (2 colors)
SIZE / WEIGHT  500 x 351 x 195 mm / 9kg
I/O PORTS  6 expansion slots
BUILT IN MEDIA  2 x 5.25'' disk-drives (800KB and 128 KB single side)
PERIPHERALS  RAM expansion board, printer card, network card, analog/digital card,...

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