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The Didaktik Kompakt was the last model made by Didaktik Skalica.

The Didaktik Kompakt is a Didaktik M with a built-in 3.5" disk drive(720 KB). It has standard connectors for joysticks and printer and a built-in parallel interface using i8255 as in Didaktik Gama. The amount of internal ROM was doubled, 16 KB for the Spectrum BASIC interpreter and 16 KB for the MDOS operating system. All other features are the same as Didaktik M.

It was a real all-in-one computer with built-in power supply unit. Base model had 48 KB of RAM, expandable up to 128 KB (not provided by Didaktik). Sound output was a poor beeper. An AY 3-8912 sound shipset (3 voice, 8 octave + white noise generator) could be connected externaly via the Didaktik Melodik expansion.

Normal TV set could be used as well as EGA monitor. ULA custom chip was the same as the M version, screen was thus still square.

The interesting thing for computer collectors is you can still buy a didaktik model along with all its accessories and expansions. See Link section


Contributors: Vladimir Kopacek (info & pictures), Mikezt

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  Kompakt
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  Czechoslovakia
YEAR  1992
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Spectrum Basic with some improvements
KEYBOARD  QWERTY mechanical keyboard with separated arrow keys and many functions per key just like the spectrum
RAM  48 or 128 KB (up to 320 KB)
ROM  32 KB (Sinclair BASIC + MDOS O.S.)
TEXT MODES  32 x 22 or, 64 x 32 with special software
GRAPHIC MODES  256 x 192 dots
COLORS  8 (each have normal and bright mode). Thanks to russian ULA, 96 colours multicolor support (like Russian Pentagon or Scorpion speccy clones)
SOUND  Beeper, 1 voice, 5 octaves
I/O PORTS  Expansion bus, Sinclair Joystick port, Kempston joystick port, RF TV video output, Composite video output (Monitor), SCART video & audio connector, Tape interface
BUILT IN MEDIA  3,5'' 840 KB (DD) or 1.8 MB (HD). Standard PC floppy can be used
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in power supply unit
PERIPHERALS  I/O ports: 2 x 9-pin canon Sinclair and Kempston, TV and RGB output, conector for external FDD, expansion slot and 8255 interface
PRICE  230

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