ZX Spectrum - Russian Personal Computer (1993)
The ZX Spectrum personal computer was made in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1993. It was designed to run connected to a television set (PAL standard). It used the Russian electrical standard power ( 220 V, 50 Gz). It reportedly had 48K RAM, 16K ROM, a Z80 microprocessor and supported 8 colors.
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