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The Fatiman Computers Encyclopedia
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Your Encyclopedia to Information to Computers as well All of the Computers from Eastern Siberia in Online Wiki-Style Website!




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Elektra CS 1200

Postby Indo States » Tue May 05, 2020 4:08 am

Elektra Classroom Computer (CS 1200)

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Developer: Elektra
Manfacturer: Elektra and Tandy
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: June 1 1986
Introductory Price: Ԑ 1,200 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: May 1989
Operating System: Microsoft BASIC and COS (Classroom-Operated System)
CPU: Intel 80386 at 40 MHz
Sound: General Instrument AY-3-8910 (Chiptune), MOS Technology 6581(Digitalized Audio)
Sucessor: Elektra PCX Educator


The Elektra Classroom Computer or Elektra CS 1200 is a IBM PC-Compatible Personal Computer Developed by Lechinsk-Based Elektra Computers and Manufactured by Tandy Corporation and Elektra Computers, The Computer was Widely Used for Clasrooms in some Schools like Saint Pedro Poveda College and Saint Paul College as well Mostly for Home Use. The Computer was Discontinued around May 1989 in Favour of Tandy 1000 RL-Based Elektra PCX Educator.

Overview



Since Elektra and Tandy has in Good Relationships in Business, Including Modifying and Selling Tandy Computers under the Elektra Brand including the Famous Networker (TRS-80 Based), Hockey (Tandy CoCo Based), PCA (Tandy 1000 TL) and The PCX (Tandy 1000 RL, 3000 NL and 4850) and Elektra is Finding a Computer that will be for Educational Use, Then Tandy Released the Tandy 1200 in 1985 on the United States Meanwhile. Elektra has been Excited for the Tandy 1200 to be Released in Fatimania as the Elektra Classroom Computer or the Elektra CS 1200, It was Unveiled in Novemer 1985 and Tested in Most of Schools at January 1986 including Miriam College, But All of the Students didn't Satisfy due to Lack of Productivity Software, Then Saint Mary's College of Indo City but Denied due to Expensive Price, And the Last 2 Schools, Saint Pedro Poveda College and Saint Paul College Campuses including Pinewood and Polintan Campuses, Principals are Accepted on this Computer. In June 1 1986, The Computers was now Available for Commercial Sale in Most of Computer Shops including Mortie's and Buy N' Large.

The Game Library was Consisted of 12 Games, Including Outrun, Space Harrier, María Katipuera in the High Tech World, María Katipuera in the Class World and Paula the Paulinian: The Castle Adventures which Some of Developers like Maryknoll Education, Fatimania Educational Material Systems (FEMS) and Sega are Easily Developed some Games but Most of the Developers from Fatimanosoft and Powertech Developed Some Games here but Less like the Dogfights and Cities 8-Bit City Creator.

The Computer was Discontinued around May 1989 in Favour of the Elektra's New Computer, The PCX Educator, Based on the Same PCX Motherboard and Tandy 4850 EP Case Design.
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Elektra PCX Model 1

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Developer: Elektra
Manfacturer: Elektra, Tandy
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: June 1989
Introductory Price: Ԑ 1,000 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: May 1995
Operating System: Elektra Operating System, Elektra BASIC
CPU: Intel 386 DX/386 EX, 53 MHz
Sound: General Instrument AY-3-8910 (PSG/Backing Chip), Yamaha YM2612 (FM/Main Chip, 16-Bit Mode), Ricoh RF5C164 (MID-CHIP, 32-Bit Mode)
Memory: 512k Bytes
Predecessor: PCA (16-Bit Computer), PCH, PCÉ (8-Bit Computers)
Sucessor: PCX II, PCX III, PCHP


The Elektra PCX Model I is a Dual 16/32-Bit Personal Computer Developed by Elektra Computers in Lechinsk and Manufactured by Tandy Corporation and Elektra Computers. The Computer was a Entry to the Heated up Computer Bit Wars which the First was Commodore's Amiga with 16/32-Bit Graphics and Sounds then Innovation's LE and TE Series with Dual 16/32-Bit Sounds and Graphics, Computeraiseladh's C200 and PC-3, Pinewood Builders and Acorn Archimedes with 16/32-Bit Sounds and Graphics and Compax's Hilltop.

Background



Since Tandy and Elektra Continued their Business Relationship to Eatchother, Tandy has Released some Blueprints for Tandy 1000 TL and SL Models which it should be Modified into a 16-Bit Computer and then 1000 RL which it should be a 32-Bit Computer. Then, Elektra Agreed and Released the PCA alongside with the Second Model to Complete the Commodore Amiga in 1986 then The Giant IBM-Innovation Came into the Competition in 1987 with Their PS/2 Based computers with 64-Bit Graphics and 32-Bit Sound. Then, Elektra Released the PCX, A Modified Version of Tandy 1000 RL with Dual 16/32-Bit Graphics and Sound but It was too Late alongside with the Computeraiseladh 200 which It should be Released in 1987 but Delayed due to Licensing Agrements until 1989. Then, The Competition Heated up due to New Released Computers.

The Computer was Discontinued in May of Year 1995 due to Huge Market Failure because of Upcoming Release of the Windows 1995 plus the Collapse of Elektra in Computer Market.

Variants



- The PCX Model 1 (1989): The Original Model with Dual 16/32-Bit Sounds and Graphics, 1000 RL-Based.
- The PCX Educator (1989): The Same Model with EOS 3.11, BASIC 4.00 and COS 2.00 Operating Systems, 1000 RL/HD Based.
- The PCX Advanced (1990): The Same Model with Windows 3.0, EOS 3.20 and BASIC 4.15 Operating System, 1000 RLX based.
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Astra Metropolitan II
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The Astra Metropolitan II CF-1





Developer: Astra Computeraisé Victorienne S.A.
Manfacturer: Astra, Atari
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: 1988
Introductory Price: Ԑ 2,500 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: 1997
Operating System: Astra Next-generation Opearting System (ANOS) / Astra Basic System (ABS)
CPU: Intel 386 DX / 286, 58 MHz
Sound: Astra SI22T3N (32-Bit), Yamaha YM3812 (16-Bit)
Memory: 612k Bytes
Predecessor: Astra Metropolitan I
Sucessor: Astra Metropolitan III


The Astra Metropolitan II is an Personal Computer Developed by Astra Computeraisé Victorienne in Windsor, South Victoria and Manufactured by Astra and Atari in Rasmussen Factory. The Computer was known to be First Dual 64-Bit and 16-Bit Computer which it is became Home for Jungle Runner by Centerpoint Software (1989) and María Katipunera and Friends in Bubble Island (1994). It was Become Popular for Work and Home Use.

Background



The Metropolitan II was Planned by Astra President Klein Manscher, Which he also Helped to Develop the Metropolitan I Series (Based on Atari 520 ST) which it is Released on 1985, He said that the Second Model will be Dual 64 and 16-Bit, And Perfect for Business, Education and Home Use.

The Metropolitan II's ANOS Operating System was known to be a Future Basis on the Windows 9x Series which the Taskbar and Menu Button was on the Bottom instead of the Upper Screen. Which Some Windows Users predicted the Windows 9x Series.

The Computer was became Popular for Business and Home Use but Minorily Used on some Schools like National Patriotic School and Miriam College Windsor Campus due to Lack of BASIC Shortcuts. It has a Large Library of Games which Includes 72 Games.

The Computer has 5 Models, The CF-1, CF-2, CF-3, CS-1 and WS-1.
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Astra Metropolitan III (CF-4E)

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Developer: Astra Computeraisé Victorienne S.A.
Manfacturer: Astra, Sharp
Type: Desktop Home Computer
Release Date: June 15 1997
Introductory Price: Ԑ 4,000 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: 2007
Operating System: Windows 95 and MS-DOS (Main), Windows 98 and Astra BS (Optional)
CPU: Intel Pentium II, 300 MHz
Sound: Astra SI32 (32-Bit), Yamaha YMF262 (16-Bit)
Memory: 5.2 Gigabytes (Expantable to 10K GB)
Media: Floppy Disk (Main), CD-ROM (Optional)
Predecessor: Metropolitan II


The Astra Metropolitan III is a Desktop Home Computer Developed by Astra Computeraisé Victorienne in Windsor, South Victoria and Manufactured by Astra and Sharp in Viscayne (Indo City) Manufacturing Facilities. The Computer was Known to be First Siberian Computer who Use Windows 95 as a Operating System bundled with Microsoft Office 97 and Hover. The Computer Case was Based on Sharp X68000 Compact's Casing but Modified into a 64-Bit/32-Bit/16-Bit Components in One Computer. They're Both Backwards Compatibility with the Astra Metropolitan II Series as well Software from Astra ST2000 with a Special Connector to The Metropolitan III Computer. Also, The Computer was Known for it's Sale after the Major Bit Wars but Continued where Innovation, Pinewood and Astra Complete with Innovation's ThinkCentre Computer and Pinewood's TS200 Computer since 1997 up to 2006.

Background



Since Astra is Also Producing Home Appliances Like Televisions and Home Entertainment Systems, Which Sharp Appoarched Astra to Manufacture Appliances as well, Computers, Astra President Klein Manscher Agreed to Manufacture Sharp Products by their Own Brand, Astra Home for Home Appliances and Astra Office for Office Equipment. The First Sharp Home Computer that was Manufactured by Astra was SX-2000, A Sharp MZ-721 Based Computer with MSX1 Operating System in 1983 then SX-21000, A Sharp MZ-821 Based Computer with MSX2 Operating System in 1985, Because Most MSX Computers in the World Use Catridges, In Eastern Siberia, Most of MSX Compters has a Optional Tape Deck or Catridge. Other Computers like MZ-80 Series (SC-3000) was only Exclusive for Schools and SZ-4000 was Only for Business Industry like Newspaper Companies and Data Solution Companies.

In 1996, 1 Year Before Metropolitan III Released in June 1997, Sharp Asked Astra if they are Making Sharp Computers in Astra Brand, Since the Last Model, SX-3000 (1988) Which it is X68000 ACE Based Computer with Astra Basic System (ABS) and MOS 6581 SID Chip which Notable Games like Karate Fighters by Centerpoint and Famitech (1988) and Streets of Stepford-Firestone by Powertech and Shufflingsoft (1989) are Using SID Chip and Are Arcade Ports. Sharp Offered a X68000 Compact Computer to be Modified and Released by June 1997.

The Computer was Released in June 15 1997, 1 Month After the Pentium II Was Released, Which the Computer has Bundeled with Windows 95 and Microsoft Office 98 which Offices Purchased it for 4,000 Estanas. The Computer has been Successful until 2007 which Astra Discontinued the Product and Stopped Producing Diskette-Used Computers, Instead, The Company used CD ROM in their Desktop Computers.
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Astra Classroom Computer (SC-3000)

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Developer: Astra Computeraisé Victorienne S.A., Fatiman Educational Material Systems (FEMS)
Manfacturer: Astra, Sharp
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: July 12 1981
Introductory Price: Ԑ 1,590 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: September 1989
Operating System: Microsoft BASIC/FEMS COS (Classroom-Operated System)
CPU: Motorola 68000, Astra CE2 (Modem Microprocessor)
Sound: Astra DS2 (1-Channel to 3-Channels, Square/Pule/Triangle/Sawtooth Waves), Astra FE1 (Beeper)
Memory: 96 KB
Predecessor: Astra SC-2000


The Astra Classroom Computer (SC-3000) was a Personal Computer Developed by Astra Computeraisé Victorienne in Windsor, South Victoria and Manufactured by Astra and Sharp in Ramsey Manufacturing Facility in British Ramsey. The Computer was known to be "Computerized Classroom Computer" by the Newspapers around the Eastern Siberian Continent and "Miracle Computer" by Computer Euthanists or Students who Used this Computer in a Classroom or Library. The Operating System are Used in this Computer is Microsoft's Microsoft BASIC and Fatiman Educational Material Systems' Classroom-Operated System. The Computer was Widely Used for School and Home Use which Students has a Flexible Time for Digitalized Homework Files and Flexible Range of Learning during a Class Suspension which the CE2 Modem Chip was Used to a Virtualized Classroom Server (VCS). The Computer was Discontinued around September 1989 alongside Elektra's CS 1200 Personal Educational Computer.

Background



Since Astra is Also Producing Home Appliances Like Televisions and Home Entertainment Systems, Which Sharp Appoarched Astra to Manufacture Appliances as well, Computers, Astra President Klein Manscher Agreed to Manufacture Sharp Products by their Own Brand, Astra Home for Home Appliances and Astra Office for Office Equipment. The First Sharp Home Computer that was Manufactured by Astra was SX-2000, A Sharp MZ-721 Based Computer with MSX1 Operating System in 1983 then SX-21000, A Sharp MZ-821 Based Computer with MSX2 Operating System in 1985, Because Most MSX Computers in the World Use Catridges, In Eastern Siberia, Most of MSX Compters has a Optional Tape Deck or Catridge.

In May 1981, The Sharp Offered Astra a New Computer to Modify and Manufacture, The Sharp MZ-80B, which it is a Redesigned Sharp MZ-80K, Which Astra Also Modified and Manufactured Also these Computers. Astra was Agreed to use Sharp MZ-80B's Casing with a Modified Motherboard using Motorola and Astra Processor Chips, Plus a New Operating System that was Perfect for Classrooms which Astra was Targeted for. Fatiman Educational Material Systems (FEMS) Approached Astra with their Operating System, The Classroom-Operated System (COS). The Company has Approved the Operating System since it has a Graphical Interface for Students but Astra Arrived in a Roadblock, Class Suspesions due to Climate, Holidays or Incidents, So, FEMS Created a New Featute for COS, Virtual Classroom Servers which it is Worked for Both Classroom and Home Use.

Finally in July 12 1981, The SC-3000 was now Available for School and Home Use but the Disadvantage was All of some Retail Stores like Silicon Valley and Buy N'Large because Astra Only Allows Schools to Sell Stored Astra Classroom Computer (SC-3000) and Allowing Students to Order SC-3000 Computers via Mail. The First 3 Months of Sales of this Computers was Boomed after Students Approved the Use of FEMS' COS that Causes Mail Orders was Increased.

The Private Schools including Saint Mary's College of Indo City, National Patriotic School, Siena College Indo City and FEMS Institute of Computer Technology has Ordered more than 60,000 Computers, Which Astra Boosted Influence in the Siberian Computer Market. FEMS and Other Developers like Centerpoint Published More than 57 Games in a Casette. Plus, FEMS Has Published a Book of BASIC Scripts that Creates Games and Even the Computer Geek Club has Published a Magazine for BASIC Commands.

The Computer has been Discontinued Around September 1989, 5 Months after Elektra's Discontinued the CS 1200 Personal Computer, Which Their Competitor, Elektra has been Continued on the Education Industry but Astra has now Abandoned Producing Computers for Educational Market.

In the Present Day, The Computer was been Called a "Miracle Computer" by some Computer Euthanists.
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Corridor Designer Computer (CDC-100)
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Developer: Corridor Graphics Corporation, Edeltian Instruments
Manfacturer: NEC, Edeltian Instruments Inc.
Type: Graphical Workstation
Release Date: August 12 1985
Introductory Price: Ԑ 40,000 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: December 1990
Operating System: GD-OS (Graphic Design Operating System)
CPU: Motorola 68000, 5 MHz
Sound: Yamaha YM2608
Memory: 156 KB, Expandable to 512 KB
Successor: GraphProcessor


The Corridor Designer Computer (CDC-100l0) is a Workstation Computer Developed by Fatimanian Indo City (Miriam-Loyola-Pansol)-Based Corridor Graphics Corporation and Manufactured by Edeltian Instruments Incorporated at Lubisz, Szczjatna Voivodeship Manufacturing Plant in Edeltia. The Computer was Known to be the "First Siberian-Made Computer that was Extremely Expensive" due to Software Bundeled with the Computer and the Monitor which it is Costs more than 40,000 Estanas. The Computer was Run under Windows 1.0-Based Graphic Design Operating System, Developed by Corridor Graphics Corporation and Co-Developed by Microsoft Corporation. The Computer was Discontinued around December 1990 which Edeltian Instruments Ended their Contract with Corridor Graphics Corporation, and it has become the basis for the GraphProcessor Graphical Workstation that has been Released in 1987 at a Lower Cost and Accessible to Middle-Income Citizens.

Background



In 1984, The Computer was Planned by Corridor Graphics Corporation CEO and Ateneo Graduate Christopher Makalalad and Their COO/Christopher's Girlfriend Alisha Tinsay to Help Animators from RTV and Katipuneritsa to Further Make Future Episodes using a Better Monitor and a Light Pen that Works when Touches the Monitor. The Animators from RTV and Katipuneritsa Approved the Concept of the Computer, Codenamed Alice but Later in April 1985, It was Renamed to Corridor Designer Computer because it can be Shortened to CDC-100. Then in May 1985, Makalalad and Tinsay Approached NEC Eastern Siberian Regional Director Vladimir Castiniov and Edeltian Instruments President Stacy Klamicz to Discuss about a New Computer, Castiniov shows Makalalad and Tinsay the NEC PC-100, Which it is a Computer that uses a Vertical Monitor. Makalalad and Tinsay Approved the Computer that they will be Based but to be Modified by Edeltian Instruments since NEC and Edeltian Instruments Became Friends when it becomes to Business.

Finally in August 12 1985, Corridor Graphics Corporation and Edeltian Instruments Incorporated Introduced the Corridor Designer Computer, The CDC-100, Which it is Faster Framerates, Faster Pixels by Second, Faster Clock Speed and 3D Animation Compatible that Animators or Aspiring Animators would Like instead of Drawing and Editing on a Paper Art. The Computer has a Art Software named "Studio" has been Introduced as a Bundle to the Computer. The Computer has Appeared in Indo City Computer Convention (ICCC) 1985 in August 15 at National University Convention Center at the N.U. Campus Complex near Barangay Miriam-Loyola-Pansol, It was Became a Fanbase for Ateneo and Miriam College Students but not including Students from Lower to Middle Level which the Computer aimed College-Aged Adults to Professional Animators but Students want to Try the Computer. The Animation of María Katipunera in 1986 was Featured the Graphics of the CDC-100 which it is Became Success for the Series until Computer's Discontinuation in 1990 which Maria Cristina Pineda, Creator and Author of María Katipunera Series has been Used the Commodore Amiga 3000 Instead.
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Edeltian Instruments Basic Computer 16 (BC-16, BC-16C)
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The Model 1 (BC-16)
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The Model 2C (BC-16C)





Developer: Edeltian Instruments Inc.
Manfacturer: NEC, Edeltian Instruments Inc.
Type: 16/8-Bit Gaming-Oriented Personal Computer
Release Date: January 15 1988 (Original Model), June 2 1992 (Model 2C)
Introductory Price: Ԑ 4,450 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: June 1994 (Firestone) February 1995 (Edeltia and Fatimania)
Operating System: BC-BASIC 16 (Similar to Applesoft BASIC, N88-BASIC and PC-BASIC, Incompatible with Apple II, PC-8801 Series and PC-8 Series), GEOS (8-Bit/16-Bit)
CPU: NEC V30HL, 16 MHz (Main CPU), Edeltian Instruments 65CL02, 4 and 5 MHz (1st Compatibility CPU), Edeltian Instruments 65CL802 (2nd Compatibility CPU)
Sound: YamahaYM2613 (6× FM Channels, 3× Square Wave, 2× Noise/Sample, Stereo, ADSR), Yamaha YM2609 (6× FM Channels, 4× Square/Triangle/Sawtooth Wave, 3× Noise/Sample, Stereo, ADSR)
Memory: 512 KB, Expandable to 32 MB
Predecessor: Edeltian Instruments PC-8, Basic Computer Series
Successor: SixtyFour Series, Basic Computer 16D (BC-16D)


The Edeltian Instruments Basic Computer 16 (BC-16) is a 16-Bit Personal Computer Developed by Edeltian Instuments at Atmos, Edeltia and Manufactured by NEC at Zummanjaro Manufacturing Plantin Polintan, Which it is Released on January 15 1988 in Edeltia, August 11 1988 in Fatimania and February 14 1989 in Firestone. The Computer was Known to be the Real Sucessor and Higher End Version of the 8-Bit Basic Computer Series from BC-10 to BC-20, while BC-30/35 was a Low Cost Version of the BC-16. The Computer became a Home for 1984: Streets of Metropolitan Fatimania by Centerpoint and Szczjatnotech which it is Represented 16-Bit Graphics and Music Composed by Krysztof Maloncharyczyk. The Computer was Discontinued around June 1993 in Firestone and February 1994 in Edeltia and Fatimania.

Background



The Computer was Planned by Edeltian Instruments, A Company that was a Distributor and Manufacturer of Texas Instruments Products under the Edeltian Instruments Brand since the 1970s. Since Edeltian Instruments has a Relationship with NEC, It was Boosted the Company's Influence in the Computer Market. The First Computer that was NEC-Based was Edeltian Instrument's SEP-12 in 1979, a Personal Computer that Completed with Astra's CT100 (VT100) and then PC-8 in 1980, The 8-Bit Computer that Used in Computer Laboratories and Classrooms to Teach Students about BASIC and how to use a Personal Computer. In 1984, the SixtyFour Family was been Released to the Public, which the Computer has been released towards Businesses and some for Home Users.

The Computer's Goal to Push 16-Bit Players to Purchase a Computer Instead Buying a Game Console, And Competitive to Computeraiseladh's C200 which this Computer use Master System Graphics but With 16-Bit Sound. Then Finally in January 15 1988, The PCSX-16 was now Unveiled to Public in Eastern Siberia. While it retained it's Compatibility with the 8-bit Basic Computer Series except for the Cassette-Based Games and Software, it's BASIC Language has been Inspired from the N-88 BASIC alongside with the PC-BASIC from the PC-8 Series, but it is Incompatible with the PC-8801 Series and the PC-8 Series.

In June 2 1992, The Second Model was Released with GEOS 16-Bit Installed on the System. It gain Popularity only for 2 Years until being Failed to catch on against new SixtyFour and MS-DOS Computers, but it remained in the Marked until 1994 and then in 1995.

In 1994 and 1995, It was Discontinued as GEOS 16-Bit was now Wide Used by SixtyFour Family which known to be as a "Second Macintosh to Complete Apple" by some PC Magazines, Because it has a Disadvantage, Floppy Disk Size, Which PCSX Used 5 Inch Floppy Disks and SixtyFour Use 3 Inch Density Floppy Disks
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Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour I (PCSF-001/001A)

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Below: All-in-one (PCSF-01A)





Developer: Edeltian Instruments Inc.
Manfacturer: NEC, Edeltian Instruments
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: August 25 1984
Introductory Price: Ԑ 2,000 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: September 1986
Operating System: EI-BASIC, EI-DOS (Until 1986), GEOS (Later Models since 1986)
CPU: Motorola 68000, 7 MHz
Sound: Edeltian Instruments SP-1 (8-Bit Samples), ER-2 (16-Bit)
Memory: 512 KB
Predecessor: Edeltian Instruments PC-8
Sucessor: SixtyFour I Plus (1986), SixtyFour SE (1987), SixtyFour II (1988)


The Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour I is a Personal Computer Developed by Edeltian Instuments and Manufactured by Both NEC and Edeltian Instruments, Which it is Released in August 25 1984 and Sold more than 22 Million Units to Customers in Eastern Siberia.

The Computer was Known as the Macintosh Clone or Desktop Macintosh, Despite due to Operating System Similar to Macintosh but With Major Changes and The SixtyFour I has Color Graphics which Macintosh Doesn't have, but SixtyFour is Mainly Monochrome-Only with Two Colors (Black and White) unless it runs a Program in Color Mode. The First SixtyFour Computer has also a All-in-one Version that was Released in the Same day as is Desktop Version.

Backrgound



Since Apple didn't Released the Macintosh 128K (or the Original Macintosh) in the Eastern Siberia due to Trade Issues, People Mostly Using Apple III Computers in Business and Apple II in Home and Schools. Edeltian Instuments has a Idea to Bring Macintosh to Eastern Siberia jointly with NEC With License from Apple to Make Macintosh Compatible Computers.

The Computer has Many Components, Including the Edeltian Instruments CO-2 Colour Graphics Chip with Full 24 Colours, SP-1 Sampling Chip with 8 Bit Sound Samples and ER-2 Sound Chip with 16-Bit Sounds without the 8-Bit Samples but With 16-Bit Drum Samples and EX-1 RAM Chip contains 512 KB of Memory. It Is more Complex than Macintosh.

The Computer has been Released in August 25 1984, Which the Company Reached 52 Million Customers after 22 Million Units of SixtyFour I Computers bundled with EI-BASIC (Rebranded Microsoft BASIC), EI-DOS (Early Operating System Similar to Macintosh and GEOS) and After 1986, GEOS which it is a 8-Bit Operating System same to the EI-DOS but With Many Productivity Software and Features just like Macintosh has.

The Computer has been Discontinued around September 1986 after Releasing the Expanded Version of the SixtyFour I, Known to be the SixtyFour I Plus and the SixtyFour SE, Same Computer but With 5 Inch Floppy Disk and Professional Features.
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Edeltian Instruments Basic Computer 30 (BC-30)
Basic Computer 35 (BC-35)

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Developer: Edeltian Instruments Inc.
Manfacturer: NEC, Edeltian Instruments
Type: Home Computer
Release Date: February 1987 (BC-30), September 1989 (BC-35)
Introductory Price: Ԑ 550 (BC-30), Ԑ 1,200 (BC-35) (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: January 1993 (BC-30), April 1996 (BC-35)
Operating System: PC-BASIC (Similar to Applesoft BASIC, Incompatible with Apple II and PC-8)
CPU: WDC 65C02, 8 MHz (Main Processor), Ricoh 7L08, 4 MHz (Math Processor) (BC-30), WDC 65C802, 12 MHz (Main Processor), Ricoh 6A22, 12 MHz (Math Processor) (BC-35)
Sound: Yamaha YM2204 FM (4× FM Channels, 3× Square/Triangle/Sawtooth Wave, 2× Noise/Sample), Ricoh 3A02 PSG (3× Square Wave, 3× Triangle Wave, 2× Noise/Sample, ADSR, Envelope, Stereo) (BC-30), Yamaha YM2609 (6× FM Channels, 4× Square/Triangle/Sawtooth Wave, 3× Noise/Sample, Stereo, ADSR) (BC-35)
Memory: 768 KB, Expandable up to 3 MB (BC-35 Only)
Predecessor: BC-10, BC-20
Successor: BC-35


The Edeltian Instruments Basic Computer 30 (BC-30) is a Home Computer Developed by Edeltian Instruments and Manufactured by NEC, Released in 1987 and Sold more than 12 Million Units in Fatimania, Edeltia and Firestone, while it's Successor, the Edeltian Instruments Basic Computer 35 (BC-35) has been Released in 1989 and sold more than 10 Million Units, popular for it's Built-in FM Synthesis and Improved Graphics thanks to it's Math Processor.

The BC-30 was famous for Larger Library of Games which it has 4,200 Games Total, From Games Ported from C64 to Shoot-em-up Games like Galaga, Rubicon, Xevious, Super Monaco GP, Cybernoid I and After Burner, and it was also Popular due to it's Additional Yamaha YM2204 FM Synth Chip, a Variant of the Popular Yamaha YM2203, which it has 4 FM Channels, and the Internal Application of Ricoh 3A02 PSG with Minor Modifications such as the Addition of the Sawtooth Wave. Edeltian Instruments notably Contracted Yamaha for this Sound Chip instead of Reverse Engineering the YM2203 Chip that would Result into a Legal Trouble from Yamaha, and instead of the Internal implementation of Yamaha's YM2149F SSG chip, they used the Ricoh 3A02 PSG, a Variant of the Famous Ricoh 2A03 Sound Generator found in the Nintendo Family Computer, but Slightly Modified for it's Predecessor, the BC-20 and then it's Successors, the BC-30 and the BC-35, in which, these Computers have FM Synthesis Built-in and it has also 2 Processors, the Main one is for Handling many Computer Tasks in BASIC or during a game, while the Math Processors not just Handles Sound Generators and Smooth Scrolling, but also with Enhanced 3D Graphics and in BC-35, Mode 7 Graphics like in the Super Nintendo.

The Major Competition of the Time was the Commodore 64, Electra Hockey, BITRON-3, the Fatimanix Systemica X2, Elka E-1 Micro/RTV Micro, Fétrér ZX Spectroúm and MSX, but the Basic Computer Series was the Home/Gaming Version of the Famous PC-8 Series, which it was Based on Apple II Hardware but Incompatible with Apple II Software, while the Basic Computer Series was more Capable, but it was Advertised towards Gamers, including Children and Teenagers, who wanted a Enhanced Experience of playing 16-Bit style Games on a 8-bit Computer with FM Synthesis, same for it's Successor, the BC-35.

Later in September 1989, as a Answer to the Growing Popularity of Sega's Mega Drive and Increasing Competition with Manx Suzzler's BITRON-3, they Released the 16-Bit Version of the Popular BC-30 and to Supplement the the Failure of the BC-40 Personal Computer, which it would become the BC-35, which it has a 16-Bit Processor and a Variant of the Yamaha YM2609 along with 3D Graphics Processor called as "Spacebump" that Produces Smooth Screen Scrolling and with the Additional of the Mode 7 Graphics inspired from the Later Super Nintendo Entertainment System, also known as Super Famicom in Japan. The Successor for BC-30 and BC-40 was Successful to Compete with Later 16-Bit Consoles as a Cheaper Console Alternative, and it has been Supported until April 1996, when 32-Bit Gaming Consoles arrived and the Majority of Users switched to SixtyFour.
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Edeltian Instrument SixtyFour II (PCSF-002/03)
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Developer: Edeltian Instruments
Manfacturer: NEC, Edeltian Instruments
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: May 16 1987 (IIA, IIX), September 1987 (IIL)
Introductory Price: Ԑ 4,000 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: August 1992 (IIA, IIL), 1989 (IIX)
Operating System: GEOS V2.1 (SixtyFour IIA), MS-DOS (SixtyFour IIX)
CPU: Motorola 68020, 16 MHz (IIA), Intel 80286, 5 MHz (IIX)
Sound: Edeltian Instruments SP-3/DSP (Digital Sampling Chip/32-Bit, Gravis Ultrasound Clone, IIA), Yamaha YM3812 (OPL2, 16-Bit, IIX), Edeltian Instruments CSC-1X (Custom Sound Chip, 8-Bit/16-Bit/32-Bit, IIA)
Memory: 8 MB, Expandable to 10 MB
Predecessor: SixtyFour I Plus, SixtyFour SE
Sucessor: SixtyFour IIen, SixtyFour IIT, Newton SixtyFour IISL, SixtyFour IISE, SixtyFour IITX, SixtyFour Power Quattro


The Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour II (PCSF-002) is a Personal Computer Developed by Edeltian Instuments and Manufactured by Both NEC and Edeltian Instruments, Which it is Released in May 16 1987 and Sold more than 40 Million Units to Customers in Eastern Siberia.

The Computer was Notably Macintosh Compatible Machine or Official Macintosh Clone before Steve Jobs was Returned to Apple by 1997. Compared to it's Sucessors, SixtyFour I Plus and SixtyFour SE, The SixtyFour II was a Improved Version of SixtyFour with Modem Compatibility, Built-In Internet Browser, Online Donwload Capabilities and Wide Range of Expansion Cards, Which The Computer has 3 Expansion Slots. The Computer was Popularized by Advertising, "Better than Computers of the Day", Which Revolutionize the Fatiman and Edeltian Compter Market.

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As SixtyFour I has Modem Compatibility and has a Online Service, Including Fatimanotelekom's ComputerLink and America Online's Quantum Link and SixtyFor has Capable Support and Launch IBM PC Software straight from Floppy Disks, Edeltian Instruments President Tomaszek Matsziaski Found a Idea after Reading a Magazine about Apple's Macintosh II, Which wasn't Released yet where Macintosh Computers delayed it's Overall Launch in Fatimania due to Cold War, Tomaszek Asked the Company's Computer Engineer, Przeszto Tadeusz Matyiał about the Macintosh II, which Matyiał sent a Letter to Steve Wozniak about Having a Permission to make a Clone of Macintosh II. Steve Accepted.

In May 16 1987, Edeltian Instruments released the SixtyFour II, Which Costs around 4,000 Estanas, More Expensive than the Original Model of SixtyFour due to Specifications of the Computer as it has 3 Sound Chips, The SP-3 Sampling Chip, The Improved Version of SP-1 with 32-Bit Samples and The CSC-1X Custom Sound Chip, 8-Bit/16-Bit/32-Bit Sound Chip on the Original Variant, The IIA. The IIX has CSC-1X Chip Also, and Yamaha YM3821 or the OPL2, The Popular PC FM Sound Chip. Rather than Specifications, The Second Reason was Some Software that has Online-Only or Downloadable Features and Compatible with any Modem, Which Fatimania was the First Country to have Internet and Online Browsers by 1987. The Computer was Sold more than 40 Million Customers in Eastern Siberia.

The Computer was Bundeled with 4 Productivity Software and 3 Games, Including Dogfights 3D, Rubicon and Lemmigs. The Computer has a Large Library of Productivity Software and Games, Even with Extension Module that Connects 2 Computers.

The Computer was Discontinued around August of 1992, Which it is was Replaced by SixtyFour Power Quattro.
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Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour IILX

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Developer: Edeltian Instruments, On Behalf of Newton Systems Inc.
Manfacturer: NEC, Edeltian Instruments
Type: Personal Computer/Workstation
Release Date: February 12 1989
Introductory Price: Ԑ 9,599 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: December 1994
Operating System: GEOS V 2.1, Newton SF-GEOS II (Atari TOS 4.92 Based, GEOS Compatible)
CPU: Motorola 68030, 40 MHz
Sound: Edeltian Instruments SP-3/DSP (Digital Sampling Chip/32-Bit, Gravis Ultrasound Clone), Edeltian Instruments CSC-1L (Custom Sound Chip, 1× Wave) and Edeltian Instruments CSC-1X (Custom Sound Chip, 8-Bit/16-Bit/32-Bit)
Memory: 4 MB, Expandable to 128 MB
Predecessor: SixtyFour II
Sucessor: SixtyFour IIT, Newton SixtyFour IISL, SixtyFour IISE, SixtyFour IITX, SixtyFour IIzx, SixtyFour IIhx, SixtyFour IIen


The Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour IILX is a Personal Computer/Workstation Developed by Edeltian Instruments on Behalf of the Newton Systems Incorporated and Manufactured Both by NEC and Edeltian Instruments. The Computer was Supposed to be Competitor with Elektra's PCX Series with the Slogan, "Your Computer Perfect for Business, and At Home Also."

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IILX was Supposed to the Fast Workstation and Personal Computer to Complete with the Elektra's PCX, Which it is More Competitive for the Computer Bit Wars, or the Fatimanian 16/32-Bit Era. The Computer was Based on the Apple Macintosh IIFX but Different Operating System and Motherboards, Although IILX is also Different from the First Model of SixtyFour II, Which Includes the New CSC-1L, Which it is Also Used in the SixtyFour XT (1987), Low Cost and 8 Bit Computer of SixtyFour Family.
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Developer: Newton Systems (1985-1990), Newton Markspieler (1990-1994)
Manfacturer: Fujitsu (1985-1990), Newton Markspieler (1990-1994)
Type: Personal/Home Computer
Release Date: August 7 1985
Introductory Price: Ԑ 550 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: August 2 1994
Operating System: NEWTON-BASIC (MSX-Basic Derived)
CPU: Zilog Z80, 4 MHz
Sound: Newton TS12 (Beeper Chip), Newton SG1 (5× Wave, 4× Oscillator, ADSR, Ring)
Memory: 128KB
Predecessor: Newton Systems Coder (Oric 1 Clone)
Sucessor: Newton Systems ESX (1988), Fujitsu Newton Microcom Xpert (1990s)


The Newton Systems Micro is a Personal/Home Computer Developed by Newton Systems and Manufactured by Fujitsu (Newton Markspieler after 1990) for the Ramseyian and Fatimanian Computer Market. It is was the Fujitsu FM 7 Model for the Eastern Siberia Region but Modified and Rebranded to Compete with Elektra's Hockey, Edeltian Instruments' The Gaming Computer, and Commodore's MAX and the Commodore 64. The Computer is not just Targeted for Gamers, but also for Hobbyists and Kids with BASIC Programming Skills, Which the Slogan for this Computer was "Your Journey on Computer Programming with Newton's Micro" and the Computer was also Bundeled with the BASIC Guide for Programming for Beginners.

The Only Major Disadvantages was Lack of Cartridge Port, Which Commodore, Elektra and Edeltian Instruments Used alongside with Floppy Disks and Casettes. However, Most Games are came in a Compact Cassette and Most of the Productivity Software are on the Floppy Disk, Which some games are on Floppy Disks making it Rare for Collectors and It is Hard to Find. The Game Library was Larger than Elektra's Hockey and Edeltian Instruments' the Gaming Computer but It wasn't Competitive against Commodore Max and the C64. Due to the Specifications of SG1, Most Composers including Caitlin dela Cruz (Alice Desnilla's 2nd Sister), Joey Patrán and Michal Czarzyk has Composed A lot of Songs in Most Games.
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Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour IISX
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Developer: Edeltian Instruments, In Behalf with the Newton Markspieler
Manfacturer: NEC, Edeltian Instruments
Type: Personal Computer (IISX to IIT, Power Quattro), Workstation (Newton SixtyFour IISL)
Release Date: September 15 1990 (SixtyFour IISX), August 1 1991 (SixtyFour Power Quattro), October 11 1992 (SixtyFour IIT), June 19 1993 (Newton SixtyFour IISL)
Introductory Price: Ԑ 2,000 (IIT) Ԑ 2,500 (IISX) Ԑ 3,000 (Power Quadra) Ԑ 4,000 (Newton SixtyFour IISL)
Discontinued: December 1995
Operating System: Newton SF-GEOS II (Atari TOS 4.92 Based, GEOS Compatible)
CPU: Motorola 68030, 20 MHz (IISX, Power Quattro, IIT), Newton CT220, 100 MHz (Newton SixtyFour IISL)
Sound: Edeltian Instruments SP-4/DSP (Digital Sampling Chip/32-Bit, Gravis Ultrasound Clone), Edeltian Instruments CDC-01 (Custom Drum Chip, 32-Bit Drum Samples) and Edeltian Instruments CSC-2X (Custom Sound Chip, 8-Bit/16-Bit/32-Bit)
Memory: 1 MB, Expandable to 20 MB
Predecessor: SixtyFour II, SixtyFour IILX, SixtyFour IISE, SixtyFour IITX
Sucessor: Power Quattro II, SixtyFour Networker, Power Quattro III


The Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour IISX (Also Known as SixtyFour IIT, SixtyFour Power Quattro and Newton SixtyFour IISL) is a Personal Computer and Workstation Developed by Edeltian Instruments on Behalf with the Newton Markspieler, The Successor of Newton System Incorporated, And Manufactured by Both Edeltian Instruments and NEC for the Fatiman and Edeltian Computer Market, Which it is From Competitive against Apple's Macintosh LC, Quadra, Centris and Performa. However, The SixtyFour is not to be Compatible with Apple Macintosh due to Technical Issues, But, It is a Commodore Amiga Clone Partially, Which it Supports .mod Music Files Only.

The Computer was Notably Known as "Fatimanian Macintosh", Due to the OS Very Similar to Macintosh and Compatible to the Older OS that Predecessor Models Have. The Computer was Also Known to be Technologically Advanced for the Fatiman Computer Market due to the Graphics and Even Sound, Which Uses the SP-4 Digital Sampling Chip, CDC-01 Custom Drum Chip and CSC-2 Programmable Sound Chip. However, It has Large Library of Productivity Software and Wide Selection of Games in 32/64-Bit Mode.
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Newton SixtyFour Networker

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Developer: Newton Markspieler
Manfacturer: NEC, Edeltian Instruments
Type: Network Workstation
Release Date: July 12 1994
Introductory Price: Ԑ 20,000 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: December 31 1999
Operating System: Newton SF-GEOS II 1.1NT (Atari TOS 4.92 and Unix Based, GEOS Compatible)
CPU: Newton PL12, 5 GHz
Sound: Newton DSC-1X (Digital Sound Chip, 32/64-Bit)
Memory: 512 MB, Expandable to 2 GB
Predecessor: Newton SixtyFour IISL


The Newton SixtyFour Networker is a Workstation Computer Developed by Newton Markspieler and Manufactured by NEC and Edeltian Instruments. The Workstation was to be Competitive against Apple's Workgroup Server but It is too Expensive and Incompatible with Macintosh and Apple Workgroup Computers. However, It was Famous for it's Speed and It's Sound Chip, Which the Original DSP, CSC and CDC Chip was Intergrated into a Single Chip.

According to Edeltian Instruments CEO Leonard Patryszk, He said that This Computer may Help Business and even Companies with Supercomputers, Which SF-GEOS can Capable of Unix Multitasking to Share Files to the Server and Even Check the Server Status. Which Some Governmental Departments purchased also the Computer for Multitask Printing and Some, For Defense Purposes. In the Survey, The Estimated Users of this Computer was 45% from the Business Sector and even 20% from Home Users.
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Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour Power Quattro II / Vertis I
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Developer: Edeltian Instruments, On Behalf with Newton Marskpieler
Manfacturer: NEC, Edeltian Instruments
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: June 12 1993
Introductory Price: Ԑ 2,900 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: December 11 1998
Operating System: Newton SF-GEOS II 2.0 Plus (Atari TOS 4.92 Based, GEOS Compatible)
CPU: Motorola 68040, 33 MHz
Sound: Edeltian Instruments DSC-1 (Digital Sound Chip, 32/64-Bit)
Memory: 4 or 8 MB onboard, expandable to 132 or 136 MB
Predecessor: SixtyFour IISX, IIT
Sucessor: Power Quattro III, Vertis II


The Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour Power Quattro I (Also Sold as Vertis I) is a Personal Computer Developed by Edeltian Instruments on Behalf with Newton Markspieler and Manufactured by Both NEC and Edeltian Instruments. The Computer was Truthfully Competitive against Macintosh Quadra 650 / Centris 650 but it is Incompatible with Macs. However, it was Bundled with the Latest Version of SF-GEOS 2.0.
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Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour Power Quattro AL-1/AL-2
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Developer: Edeltian Instruments, in Behalf with Newton Markspieler
Manfacturer: NEC, Edeltian Instruments
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: May 12 1995
Introductory Price: Ԑ 4,099 (AL-1), Ԑ 4,599 (AL-2)
Discontinued: January 12 1998
Operating System: Newton SF-GEOS II 2.0 Plus (Atari TOS 4.92 Based, GEOS Compatible)
CPU: Newton PowerQ 512, 100 MHz or 120 MHz
Sound: Edeltian Instruments DSC-2 (Digital Sound Chip, 32/64-Bit)
Memory: 500 MB, Expandable to 1 GB or 2 GB
Predecessor: SixtyFour Power Quattro I / Vertis I, AL/L
Sucessor: Power Quattro II, SixtyFour BitPly (Console)


The Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour Power Quattro AL-1 is an All-in-one Personal Computer Developed by Edeltian Instruments on Behalf with the Newton Markspieler and Manufactured both by NEC and Edeltian Instruments. This Computer was known to be Similar and Competitive against Macintosh Performa 5200 Personal Computers, Which it is also a All-in-one Personal Computer.

The Computer was also Sold under the Model AL-2, Which it is was the Enhanced Version of AL-1 but Expanded Storage (2 GB) and Enhanced Speed (120 MHz), Which it is Faster and Better than the Original Model (500 MB, 100 MHz).
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Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour BitPly

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Developer: Edeltian Instruments, On Behalf with Newton Markspieler
Manfacturer: NEC, Edeltian Instruments
Type: Home Video Game Console, Multimedia Player
Generation: Fifth Generation Era
Release Date: February 14 1995 (Eastern Siberia)
Introductory Price: Ԑ 1,000 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: December 1999 (Eastern Siberia)
Operating System: Newton SF-GEOS II 2.0 Plus (Atari TOS 4.92 Based, GEOS Compatible)
CPU: Newton CI-12
Sound: Edeltian Instruments DSC-2 (Digital Sound Chip, 32/64-Bit)
Predecessor: SixtyFour Jupiter


The Edeltian Instruments SixtyFour BitPly is a 32/64-Bit Home Video Game Console and Multimedia Player developed by Edeltian Instruments on Behalf of Newton Markspieler and Manufactured both by NEC and Edeltian Instruments. The Video Game Console was a Rebadged and Modified PC-FX for Fatimanian Video Console Market, Which it is also to Enhance the Competition against Sega Saturn, Nintendo 64, Sony PlayStation and The 3DO, As well Commodore's Amiga CD32 and Atari Jaguar.

Thus, The Console was Targeted for All Ages, Which most of the Games are Roleplay, Adventure, Preschool, Racing, Simulation, Dating and Other Categories with 67,000 Games. The Best Selling Game was Terminal Railways by Twin-Rail™ and Easy Idle, Which it has sold 82 Million Copies under the Simulation Category, The Second One was María Katipunera's Adventures to Medival Sernia by FEMS and Maryknoll, Which it has sold more than 75 Million Copies under the Pre-School and Role play category and the Last One was Prima Donnas by RTV Interactive, Which has sold more than 67 Million Copies under the Dating and High School Themed Category.

As Apple Pippin has been Revealed in March 1996, Edeltian Instruments has Retaliated by Showing it's Prototype, The SixtyFour Mango, but since it was a Repurposed Version of the BitPly's Successor, Jupiter, it is Cancelled and Upgraded the BitPly to Run SF-GEOS from CD rather than from a BIOS Chip or a Floppy Disk, and it is the Second Revision that could Run SF-GEOS with a Mouse and a Keyboard that has been Released in April 1996. Edeltian Instruments also Released the SixtyFour Keyboard to BitPly Interface Connector to Connect SixtyFour Keyboards to a BitPly Console, while Some Games supported the Mouse and Keyboard Interface Later. It is Advertised as a High-End Gaming Console with SixtyFour Support and a Web Browser.

It has been Discontinued in December 1999 alongside with the Discontinuation of the SixtyFour Line, while the Support Continued until January and February 2000.
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Fabrzych FB-01 (FB-PC)

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Developer: Grupy Komputery Fabrzych
Manfacturer: Sinclair Research
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: October 16 1988
Introductory Price: Ԑ 1,299 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: December 25 1996
Operating System: GEM 1.1, MS-DOS
CPU: Intel 80486, 100 MHz
Sound: Yamaha YM2164, Yamaha YM2151
Memory: 512KB, Expandable to 1 MB
Predecessor: Litaczok LS-2


The Fabrzych FB-01 is a 16-Bit Personal Computer developed by Grupy Komputery Fabrzych and Manufactured by Sinclair Research. Released in October 16 1988, it was the Famous Edeltian-Made 16-Bit Computer for Gaming, Which it was also Used in Business and Education Market thanks to Massive Campaign.
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Streinér Schulcomputer (Schoolcomputer)

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Developer: Fatimanian Educational Materials System (FEMS), Streinér Computerforschung (Streinér Computer Research)
Manfacturer: Tatung, Streinér Computerherstellung (Streinér Computer Manufacturing)
Type: Educational Personal Computer
Release Date: August 1 1985
Introductory Price: Ԑ 950 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: December 31 2000
Operating System: Microsoft BASIC/FEMS COS (Classroom-Operated System)
CPU: Zilog Z8000, General Instrument SP0256
Sound: General Instrument AY-3-8910
Memory: 128 KB, Expandable to 512 KB by 5" Inch Cartridge
Sucessor: Streinér Kindercomputer


The Streinér Schulcomputer (or Streiner Schoolcomputer) is a 8-Bit Personal Computer Developed by Fatimanian Educational Materials System (FEMS), Who made the COS, Which it was the Operating System for Schools and Distance Learning and Streinér Computerforschung, The Division of Streiner Computers, The Rasmussenian Group of Computer Development and Manufacturing, and Manufactured by Tatung, a Company who Licensed the Case Style for Streinér's Schulcomputer borrowed from Tatung Einstein, and Streinér's Computer Manufacturing Division, Streinér Computerherstellung.

The Target of the Personal Computer was only for Schools and Mail Orders, Which it was the Strategy of Rick Streinér, Founder of the Streinér Computers Group to Sell their Computers to the Government of Rasmussen, The Government of Edeltia and for Students on Distance Learning. Which Professors from the University of Royal Fatimania found that Streinér's Strategy was Similar to Michael Dell, Who founded the Dell Computers, Formerly Known as PCs Limited.

The Computer became Success on Education Market, but in the Moderate Success on Home Computer Market, Due to Streinér Computers only Allow Schulcomputer to be Sold for Schools and via Mail Orders, Which Making Promotion of this Computer was Harder, even if was Advertised on Newspapers. Which Streinér's Solution to the Problem of Computer Sales was to Introduce the Successor for Schulcomputer, Known as the Kindercomputer in Rasmussenian and Children's Computer in English, Which it was Targeted to Kids for Educational and Gaming Uses Which it was a Major Sucess on the Home Computer Market due to the Computer being Sold on Buy N'Large, Toys R Us and Rustan's, Which it is Easier to Buy a Computer and The Computer was sold for Ԑ100 Estanas.

The Computer has a Long Lifespan on the Education Market and As well for Home Computer Market, and it was Discontinued in December 31 2000, Being Replaced by Modern Computers that has Windows and Mac Operating Systems.
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Streizer Database D-1

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Developer: Streizer Computers Rasmussen-Victoria
Manfacturer: TeleVideo, Streizer
Type: Modem-Integrated Personal Computer
Release Date: June 4 1980
Introductory Price: Ԑ 8,000 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: February 11 1984
Operating System: Digital Research CP/M, Streizer On-Net (BBS-Based)
CPU: Intel 8088 @ 4.77 MHz
Sound: None, PC Speaker
Memory: 512 KB, Expandable to 640 KB
Sucessor: Database C-1NX Database D-2, Database D-2C, Database Portable


The Streizer Database D-1 is a Modem-Integrated Personal Computer Developed by Streizer Computers Rasmussen-Victoria and Manufactured by both TeleVideo and Streizer. The Computer was Famous for BBS Forums and It was Mostly Used in Home for News Updates, Playing Games such as Ultima V and As well to Send Letters Online.

The Computer was also Used in Schools for Research Purposes, Which in the Early 1980s, It is Difficult to Find Historic Resources before 1988 while Browsers are not Existed and Only BBS is the Way for Research.
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Streizer Database D-2C

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Developer: Streizer Computers Eastern Siberia
Manfacturer: TeleVideo, Streizer
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: January 14 1984
Introductory Price: Ԑ 2,000 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: October 1990
Operating System: MS-DOS, CP/M (Optional via Floppy Disk)
CPU: Intel 80286, 25 MHz
Sound: Texas Instruments SN76489
Memory: 512 KB
Predecessor: Database D-1
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Newton Systems Eight/Sixteen (ESX)

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Developer: Newton Systems Incorporated (1988-1990), Newton Markspieler (1990-1994)
Manfacturer: Fujitsu, Newton Systems (1988-1990), Newton Markspieler (1990-1994)
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: August 19 1988
Introductory Price: Ԑ 888 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: May 1994
Operating System: NEWTON-BASIC (MSX-Basic Derived), NEWTON-GIS (GEM Derived)
CPU: Motorola 68000, 8 MHz
Sound: Newton SG1 (5× Wave, 4× Oscillator, ADSR, Ring), Newton SX1 (Sampler, 4× Oscillator, ADSR)
Memory: 520 KB, Expandable to 1040 KB
Predecessor: Newton Systems Micro
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Postby Indo States » Tue Sep 01, 2020 10:29 pm

Fétrér Sinclair ZX Spectroúm

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Developer: Timex Sinclair
Manfacturer: Fétrér, University of Royal Fatimania Computer Research
Type: Home Computer
Release Date: May 23 1984
Introductory Price: Ԑ 600 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: August 1991
Operating System: Sinclair BASIC
CPU: Zilog Z80A @ 3.5 MHz
Sound: None, Beeper
Memory: 2 KB (64 KB max. 56 KB usable)
Predecessor: Fétrér Sinclair ZX82
Sucessor: Fetrér Sinclair ZX Spectroúm 2, Fétrér Sinclair ZX Spectroúm TV-Prpgrammer


The Fétrér Sinclair ZX Spectroúm is a 8-Bit Computer Developed by Timex Sinclair and Manufactured by Fétrér, Manufacturer of VHS Cameras and Players and Other Appliances like Fridge. The ZX Spectroúm has in Competition against Innovation Computers' Sectra, Which it is More Expensive due to Features of the Computers.

Since Sinclair used the ZX Spectrum Names in English, Fétrér has Translated the Word "Spectrum" to "Spectroúm" in Fatimanian, Which making Fatimanians Easy to Pronounce the Name for Sales, However, Fatimanian English Speakers has Difficulty to Call the Computer. Instead, They Called it ZX Spectrum or Speccy, A slang Name for the ZX Spectrum.

The Computer is Famous for Home Users due to being Compatible with Cassette Games from the United Kingdom, Which the Way of Making the Cassette Games Compatible with a NTSC Computer is To Copy and Distribute by their Developing Counterpart. However, It is Cited as a Piracy if The Developer is not Authorized by Fétrér Electronics and Timex Sinclair.

However, It was Used by the University of Royal Fatimania for Students from Grades 3-5, Which they are Being Replaced by their Sucessor, ZX Spectroúm 2, Which it is the First School to use a ZX Spectrum Computer, But it was been Criticised by Newspaper Outlets for Lack of Basic Commands on the Sinclair BASIC. However, it was Overshadowed by the RTV Microcomputer in 1985 since it was Suitable for Schools.
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Postby Indo States » Wed Oct 07, 2020 7:22 am

Altacsók Electrics PC-X1

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Developer: Altacsók Electrics
Manfacturer: Amstrad, Számítógépes fejlesztés
Type: Personal Computer
Release Date: October 15 1990
Introductory Price: Ԑ 1,000 (Fatiman Estanas)
Discontinued: January 1996
Operating System: Digital Research GEM, Locomotive Basic
CPU: Motorola MC68EC030, 25 MHz
Sound: Yamaha YM2164 (FM), Yamaha YM2149F (SSG/PSG)
Memory: 512KB, Expandable to 640KB
Predecessor: PC-01, CompuSette CS-1
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