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L > LEMZ > Agat


 

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Saturday 26th February 2011
Nop

I had both Agat-7 and Agat-9 computers. In a reality, photo in this article depicts early experimental model of Agat-4 which, really, was very close to Apple $$+. But both Agat-7 and Agat-9 had a lot of differences from Apples. For example, they used 800K floppy drives with different physical format (but it was possible to install second 144K drive or a pair of them via additional controller card).
All of those computers was very easy to repair because they used only low-density chips, especially Agat-7. On the other hand they consumed a lots of energy and was very expansive to buy (really it was almost impossible to buy these computers in shops: all of them was supplied for schools by a government for free, but not for personal use). Several years ago I gave up both of them to a guy who was a fan of Agats. So now I have only a box of empty 5.25" disks :)


Friday 15th October 2004
Linkman (Slovak republic (SK))

I have a question ? how much cost this "computer" today ?


Sunday 25th April 2004
Paul (Hull, U.K.)

Ahhhh, good old Soviet computers, how much I would like to buy one of these LEMZ Agats.......would the best place to find and buy one at a reasonable price be touring round Russia and the ex-Soviet Union?


Monday 7th April 2003
Yevgeniy Fiks (US)

I'm interested in purchasing a LEMZ Agat.


Tuesday 24th December 2002
frank (usa)

i wish i had one of these computers.





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