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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #45 on: 2014.March.09. 20:18:42 »
I'll try to find.
Now I downloading magazines of those years.

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #46 on: 2014.March.09. 20:31:44 »
I've found this, but Cyrillic is hard...

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #47 on: 2014.March.09. 20:38:55 »
A free .DJVU viewer: here
« Last Edit: 2014.March.09. 21:58:41 by gflorez »

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #48 on: 2014.March.09. 21:04:32 »
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Little handheld game.
It would be quite easy to write EP games like this.
SOUND SOURCE 3,STYLE 16,LEFT 16,RIGHT 64,SYNC 2
SOUND SOURCE 2,STYLE 128,PITCH 25.2,SYNC 2
SOUND PITCH 25,SYNC 2
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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #49 on: 2014.March.09. 21:08:52 »
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...Cyrillic is hard...
As for me, Magyar is harder. :)

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #50 on: 2014.March.09. 21:18:13 »
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Cyrillic is hard...
After about 8 years of mandatory Russian learning I can read the cyrillic letters :-) but can understood only very few words :-(
It today internet times I think why I'm not listen more at the Russian language hours? :oops:

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #51 on: 2014.March.09. 21:37:47 »
Russian can be slightly comprehended for me if translated to Latin characters, but Magyar is on another league...

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #52 on: 2014.March.10. 16:46:26 »
Well, figured out ...
EP was ordered by advert in magazine "Техника-молодёжи", not "Юный техник" (many years had passed - memory is not perfect). It cost $130 (with payment in rubles at the exchange rate)

Translate it later:
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ТАЛОН ДЛЯ ОФОРМЛЕНИЯ ЗАКАЗА
Я хочу приобрести компьютер ENTERPRISE-128 английскогопроизводства в комплекте с кассетным магнитофоном, демонстрационной и игровой кассетами, картриджем с языком IS-BASIC и кратким описанием на русском языке по цене $130 за комплект (с оплатой в рублях по биржевому курсу), в количестве ......... комплектов.
 
Прошу оформить заказ на мое имя и адрес:
 (фамилия, имя, отчество полностью)
 (почтовый индекс и адрес без сокращений)
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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #53 on: 2014.March.10. 17:09:58 »
Thanks for dig out!

Very strange to see the Enterprise with cyrillic letters at the second column :-)

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #54 on: 2014.March.10. 17:15:52 »
I looked the historical exchange rates on Hungarian National Bank page, the $130 about 12000 HUF at 1993.07.01. It is about 87 GBP.

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #55 on: 2014.March.10. 18:07:07 »
$130 - 1996 year

Computer classes for schools:
 


Basic kit
 
For teacher:
1. ENTERPRISE 128 К         1 шт.
2. Color monitor 1 шт.
3. Printer 1 шт.
4. Floppy drive 5,25"(3,5") 1 шт.
5. Hard disk 20 MB (?)1 шт.
6. Cassette recorder 1 шт.
7. Joystick 1 шт.
  
For pupils:
1. ENTERPRISE 128 К 15 шт.
2. B/W monitor 15 шт.
3. Cassette recorder 15 шт.
Price:
7870$

Pedagogical kit
 
For teacher:1 шт.
1. ENTERPRISE 128 К 1 шт.
2. Color monitor 1 шт. 
3. Printer 3 шт. (?)
4. Floppy drive 5,25"(3,5") 1 шт.
5. Hard disk 20 MB (?)1 шт.
6. Cassette recorder 1 шт.
7. Joystick 1 шт.
For pupils:
1. ENTERPRISE 128 К 15 шт.
2. Color monitor 15 шт.
3. Floppy drive 5,25"(3,5") 15 шт.
4. Hard disk 20 MB (?)15 шт.
5. Cassette recorder 15 шт.
6. Joystick 15 шт.
 Price:
36200 $
 
 


Personal kits:
 
1. ENTERPRISE 128 К 1шт.
2. B/W monitor 1 шт.
3. Cassette recorder 1 шт.
 Price:
360 $
1. ENTERPRISE 128 К 1 шт.
2. B/W monitor 1 шт.
3. Floppy drive 5,25" 1 шт.
Price: 690 $

These prices are valid until 31 December 1991.


Why I don't add this info earlier? Don't know. :oops:

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #56 on: 2014.March.11. 09:45:43 »
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Computer classes for schools:
Amazing find! We know from a interview with director of the Hungarian Enterprise company: about 3000 machines sold to Soviet schools.
Can you ask in the russian forum: is anybody see these school Enterprises? Ok, I know the Soviet Union was a very-very big country, hard to find these schools.

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #57 on: 2014.March.11. 11:35:39 »
I never heard about those schools.
http://habrahabr.ru/company/intel/blog/150837/   (rus)

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #58 on: 2014.March.13. 11:12:11 »
"Good news, everyone!" :)
Enterprise owner, who bought computer in ex-Soviet, found "quick setup" manual on Russian:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/20472843/Ent_man_TM.rar

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Re: Enterprise in the ex-Soviet countries
« Reply #59 on: 2014.March.13. 11:37:54 »
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Enterprise owner, who bought computer in ex-Soviet, found "quick setup" manual on Russian:
Amazing find! Thanks!
He is have a EP64 or Ep128?
Just because the manual say "1984 Intelligent Software Ltd" at startup screen which is valid for EP64, EP128 say 1985.
But also possible the translator use text from the first release of english manual and just copied the text.

Can he remember, the Demo cassette are original English, or localized to Russian?
The machine have a Russian rom like the German machines?