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The PECOM 64 seems to be the 64 KB version of the PECOM 32.

About this computer, Darko Sola from Yougoslavia says:
This is the same model as EI Pecom 32. EI comes from Electronic Industry. Those computers were built in demand from schools. We got this computer in our school to learn Basic (at that time ex-Yugoslav governement had 5 different computer projects). The programming language was Basic with no real graphic commands. Year after, in our school, all those Pecoms were replaced with IBM PC clones. Size of computer was a little bit smaller than A4 page. It had tape as primary media. I do not remember any "Mini FDD". I don't remember OS, was some home-made based on CP/M (as many systems at that time in Yugoslavia). Price? Not so cheap, It was 2 average monthly salaries.

Thanks to Sveto (Croatia) for the picture.

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My professor for Embedded Software related subjects in Faculty of Electronic Engineering in Nis while I studied, prof.dr. Teufik Tokic, was one of only several people who has designed both the hardware and software for this computer... Asked him about his Pecom endeavor several times, all the stories were very interesting... I heard an anecdote about it''s name, how they almost named it something cheeky, but it didn''t get accepted, so they changed that a little. :) They actually had to do much of the development from scratch, similar computers were only orientational aids in design. The basic runs much, much faster than on C64 for instance. While in elementary school, we had a classroom with 12 of these, with mostly mono monitors (although unlike Pecom 32, Pecom 64 has color support). Biology teacher put in a lot of his time, to make quiz programs for each year''s programme, they counted as written tests. He used to have to get there an hour and a half before us (he told me so) so he could load up all 12 of the Pecoms with the appropriate programs. One time there was a loud pop and bzzzzt sound, and when I turned around I saw one of the Pecoms spewing fire from around the spacekey area. The boy working on it was only shocked... I guess that''s the dangers of plugging in the computer to 220v directly...

Saturday 24th December 2022
Milos S. (Serbia, Nis)

The PECOM 32 Video Interface System was my project for the Faculty of Electronic Engineering thesis at the University of Nis$ June 1984. Just few months before, January 1984, Apple announced the Macintosh computer. So, we were almost neck and neck with Apple at that time.

Sunday 5th June 2016
Tomislav Miladinovic (California, USA)

We have pecom 32 and pecom 64 back then in 1988 I clearly remember i have only 6 and my brother 9 and we make some easy games in pecom basic first computer that we have . Nice time

Friday 13rd July 2012
Milos (Serbia/Nis)


MANUFACTURER  Elektronska industrija NIS
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  Yugoslavia
YEAR  1985
KEYBOARD  Full stroke 55 keys
CPU  CPD 1802B 5V7
RAM  64 KB
ROM  16 KB
TEXT MODES  24 x 40
GRAPHIC MODES  240 x 216
SOUND  8 octaves, 16 power levels, special effects
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  System Bus, Tape, Video, TV Modulator, RS232c
OS  Unknown
PRICE  Unknown

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