“Computers in Soviet times were something out of common”, states Yuri and posts a collection of old Soviet tech. From Soviet computer mouse to the Soviet documents shredder – a set of eighteen retrospective Russian computer tech.
The first photo features a Soviet local network.
And as Yurii says this was a Soviet printer.
This one he calls a processor, whatever it means.
According to Yurii this is “multitasking”, actually what it reads is “Start”,”rewind”,”stop”.
Soviet mouse. I like the scroll wheel on the side. It’s called “Comet”.
Magnetic disc element.
Magnetic tapes data storage.
1982. The general view of information centre of Russian institute. ES-1022 computer, RAM size is 512 Kb, speed is 80,000 operations per second.
And the shredder, yes.