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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Elektronska industrija NIS  PECOM 64 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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

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.

Friday 13rd July 2012
Milos (Serbia/Nis)

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

Tuesday 30th December 2008
Jane (Macedonia)
Ar2r''s home page

After 5 years waiting... I finaly have ROMs for Pecom 64 thanks to Micko... Thank you Miodrag... :D

Sunday 1st October 2006
Nenad (Nis, Serbia)

Did you know that CPU in this computer was one of the first european CPU and it was made in Ei PP (Elektronska Industrija Poluprovodnici (eng. Electronic Industry Semiconductors))? It was a jointly project of Ei PP and Faculty of Electronics in Nis (Computer and Microelectronics department), and everyone was very proud!!!

Monday 12th December 2005
Pharoah (USA)
Atlas Software

This is a cool machine. Looks paper thin!
They had some strange designs back then :)

Friday 19th December 2003
Sekuloski Jane (Prilep, Macedonia)

I need ROM software for Ei Pecom 64...
So, if someone have eprom programator and
Ei Pecom 64, please read software from both eprom
chips, and send them to me........ please...
p.s. and please don't damage your computer... :)

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