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The appearance of a computer "byte"Computer "Byte" looked like this:
Also manufactured under the name of a computer-like "Byte". It was produced by the "Dniester" plant:
Despite the similar names, the two computers were very different from each other.
Computer was made in monoblock form, ie board and keyboard combined in a single package.
Plastic body can turn yellow over time and acquired a computer that's look like this:
Located on the rear wall jacks to connect your TV to the RF, the RGB, tape recorder connector, system connector (close the lid, you do not accidentally short circuit) and a connector for joystick (pictured with the system connector cover is removed).
Located on the right side of the Reset button and button for compatible with the ZX-Spectrum:
The top plastic cover and the lower part of the computer are connected by screws, one of which was with a cup of sealing.
Sometimes it was possible to disassemble your computer without breaking the seal. To do this, tweezers or pliers to turn the filling had a cup counterclockwise. Plastic fillings are well connected the screw and filling the cup. Sometimes you can loosen the sealing cup so not to damage the seal.