“Electronica” is a well-known Soviet brand. Under this brand in Soviet times, different plants produced a wide range of household electrical appliances: TVs, computer systems, calculators, electronic watches, tape recorders, video recorders and other products, but not everyone guessed that many products released under this brand were copied from samples of foreign technology.
Electronica 24-01 “Oh, wait!” Electronic game, the most famous and popular of the first Soviet series of handheld electronic games with liquid crystal screen. It was made from 1984. Retail price was 25 rubles.
But it turns out that this game was an unofficial clone of Nintendo EG-26 Egg series of Nintendo Game & Watch, 1981.
“Electronics 24-01” game on screen (Mickey Mouse)
Nintendo MC-25 Mickey Mouse
“Elektronika IM-03” Secrets of the Ocean, 1987
Nintendo OC-22 Octopus, 1981
“Electronika EM-04”, Merry cook MG-04, 1989
Nintendo FP-24 Chef, 1981
“Electronika EM-09”, Space bridge MG-09, 1989
Nintendo FR-27 Fire, 1981
In 1985, the Solnechnogorsk electromechanical factory released a toy called “Elektronika IM-11” – Lunokhod (Moonrover).
“BIG TRAK” – programmable machine, developed and released by Milton Bradley in 1979.
A very rare toy, “Elektronika IM-12” with replaceable cartridges.
Nintendo CJ-93 Donkey-Kong JR, Panorama Screen Series, 1983.
“Elektronika IM-15” – electronic football game made in 1990.
World Cup SOCCER by TOMY Electronics, 1979
“Elektronika IM-20” version 1 Air shooting
Nintendo BU-201 Spitball Sparky Super Color, 1984.
“Elektronika IM-26” with interchangeable screens in the form of cartridges produced from the end of 1988.
In 1983, the Bandai company released Digi Casse.
“Elektronika IM-27” Space Adventure (February 1990) – experience a series of games in a binocular stereoscopic image.
Planet Zeon by Tomy Company which was published in 1983, a series of similar games called TOMYTRONIC 3-D.
Elektronika IM-46 – Calculator and music synthesizer made in 1994
Casio VL-Tone (VL-1) issued about a dozen years earlier (1980)
“Electronics ESI-01” – Auto racing – portable game, 1983.
AUTO RACE from Mattel Electronics, 1977
TV game console “Electronica Videosport”
In 1974, Leningrad NGO “Positron” produced an unprecedented thing – the reel to reel VCR “Electronics-501-video” for recording black and white television in the European standard of 50 Hz, 625 lines and the sound using the television camera, “Electronics-Video”, and the video recording could be viewed using the same TV or the monitor of a television camera.
Sony DV-3400, 1969.
Large scale production of the VHS format “Electronics VM-12” VCR began in 1984.
Panasonic NV-2000, 1975.
“Electronics VIC-8220”, 1987
Turntable “Electronics B1-01”, 1974.
Thorens TD-125, 1972
Home computer “Electronics VI-201”