Gadgets from the USSR

Gadgets from the USSR

About the existence of many of the presented devices you did not even guess. Prototypes, export options, limited editions, or just rare models of equipment and electronics that were not available.

A rare technique - a Soviet laptop, a wristwatch with a radio, a 1983 flash drive, the first Soviet mobile phone and other gadgets from the USSR.

Source: hi-tech.mail.ru

1. That's how they used to wash clothes with the help of the Riga 17 machine, they had to work, now there is no need to put in washing for washing.

Riga 17

2. Even now, not at all. And then it was! Dishwasher "Staume-2", produced in the Latvian SSR, 1972.

Dishwasher "Staume-2"

3. Soviet laptop! Joke? "Electronics MS 1504" - the first domestic laptop, developed in the USSR, 1992.

"Electronics MS 1504"

4. Did you know about the USSR microwave ovens? This is a prototype of the first microwave oven "Electronics", 1984.

USSR microwave ovens

5. Stereo "Amfiton" - portable player with modular speakers, 1987.

Stereo "Amfiton"

6. Nothing like? But this is one of the first headphones from the USSR - "Octave TM-2".

Octave TM-2.

7. Another Soviet laptop - “Electronics MK-106” - a micro calculator / micro computer. It was planned to be released at the Iskra Ulyanovsk Plant in 1991.The RAM is 32 KB.

Electronics MK-106

8. The prototype of the first magnetic railway, 1987, the project did not take place because of the earthquake and military operations in Armenia, where the first section was laid.

The prototype of the first magnetic railway

9. One of the first amateur movie cameras - "Aurora", 1980.

One of the first amateur movie cameras - "Aurora"

10. GAZ M-20 “Pobeda Sever” - a modification of a vehicle for driving in snow, the average speed is 30-35 km / h.

GAZ M-20 "Victory North" - a modification of the car to drive in the snow, the average speed of 30-35 km / h.

11. When did you find out about the existence of laser players? The photo shows the 1988 Soviet player Vega-LP-007S. A rare instance, released only 50 pieces.

Vega-LP-007S

12. “Palestra-02” - the first Soviet television set-top box of industrial production, produced in the USSR in 1978-1980. Produced in Lviv.

Palestra-02

13. The first Soviet mobile phone was introduced in 1957 !!! Many have questioned the existence of such a device. The invention was written in many Soviet media. On the left - the first mobile sample of the LC-1, on the right - the compact version of the LC-3.

LK-1

14. “Electronics-1” is a real legend. The first Soviet electronic watches. It was possible to find out the time by pressing the button, after which the LEDs turned on. The launch of the series took place in 1973.

Electronics-1

15. Wristwatches from the radio! Developed in 1986, the Riga software "Radio".With the help of the built-in magnetic antenna, the reception of any local radio station in the mid-wave range was conducted.

Radio watch

16. "Electronics IM-01" - a chess computer, writes moves, you can play together or against the computer in 1986.

"Electronics IM-01" - a chess computer

17. "Planetrod Electronics" - a programmable toy, it can be set to the route of 16 different combinations, 1980.

"Planetrod Electronics"

18. GAZ-16 - a prototype of a hybrid car with a car chassis and airbag. Between them it was possible to switch on different surfaces, 1962.

GAZ-16

19. The Moscow “electric razor” is one of the first electric razors manufactured in the USSR. 1960 year.

The electric razor "Moscow" is one of the first electric razors produced in the USSR. 1960 year.

20. The combined installation "Leningrad T-3" produced Leningrad Kozitsky plant. The installation contains a TV, radio and record player. Year of release - 1948.

Leningrad T-3

21. "Brest" - a ballpoint pen with a clock. The dream of all schoolchildren of the mid-80s. LCD display and clock chip. In addition to time, they show seconds, day and month.

"Brest" - a ballpoint pen with a clock. The dream of all schoolchildren of the mid-80s. LCD display and clock chip. In addition to time, they show seconds, day and month.

22. "Electronics 16/8" - an electronic clock with a LCD-display, one of the first, in 1980.

"Electronics 16/8" - an electronic watch with a LCD-display, one of the first, in 1980.

23. "Electronics B3-10" - a portable electronic calculator, battery powered, 1974.

"Electronics B3-10" - a portable electronic calculator, battery operated, 1974.

24. "Corvette PK 8020" - a massive personal computer, sold 37 thousand copies, 1989.

"Corvette PC 8020" - a massive personal computer, sold 37 thousand copies, 1989.

25“Veterok-3” is a domestic brush with a built-in vacuum cleaner, most often it was used to clean the car salons.

“Veterok-3” is a domestic brush with a built-in vacuum cleaner, most often it was used to clean the car salons.

26. "Electronics 25" - radio with electronic clock, 1984.

"Electronics 25" - a radio with an electronic clock, 1984.

27. TA-56M - one of the first mass headphones in the USSR, 1956, used by signalmen and radio amateurs.

TA-56M - one of the first mass headphones in the USSR, 1956, was used by signalmen and radio amateurs.

28. "Electronics MS 1208" - a personal computer for programming on Basic, 1988.

"Electronics MS 1208" - a personal computer for programming on Basic, 1988.

29. “Electronics” - wristwatches with analog and electronic dial 2 in 1.

“Electronics” is a wristwatch with analog and electronic dial 2 in 1.

30. "Electronics-821" - one of the first camcorders for fans, in 1985.

"Electronics-821" - one of the first camcorders for fans, in 1985.

31. "Electronics VideoSport-3" - game console, 1988, at that time it cost 115 rubles, not everyone could afford.

"VideoSport Electronics-3" - a game console, 1988, at that time it cost 115 rubles, not everyone could afford.

32. Sekonda QUARTZ LCD SIX. 1977 release. This model is very rare. She went only for export.

Sekonda QUARTZ LCD SIX. 1977 release. This model is very rare. She went only for export.

33. The “Amphiton TM-01” TV cassette recorder was able to play audio cassettes and show TV shows.

The “Amphiton TM-01” teleradio tape recorder was able to play audio cassettes and show TV shows.

34. Soviet flash drive: SM5300.01 - magnetic disk drive, 1983.

Soviet flash drive: SM5300.01 - magnetic disk drive, 1983.

35. The official stopwatch of the 1980 Olympics, produced only 500 copies.

The official stopwatch of the 1980 Olympics, produced only 500 copies.

36. "KIEV 30" - a pocket camera, which was placed in a pack of cigarettes, it is quite possible to use for espionage.

"KIEV 30" - a pocket camera that was placed in a pack of cigarettes, it is possible to use for espionage.

37. The Kolobok Cinema Camera is a device for viewing cartoons, the picture was shown in a small peephole.

The Kolobok film camera is a device for viewing cartoons, the picture was shown in a small peephole.

38. Children's watch series "Electronics 5" - Leopold. Special was the indicator in which the cat's eye flashes to the beat of seconds.

Children's watch series "Electronics 5" - Leopold. Special was the indicator in which the cat's eye flashes to the beat of seconds.

39. "Owl" - an electronic clock with an alarm clock. 1987 Price - 34 rubles.

"Owl" - a wall-mounted electronic clock with an alarm clock. 1987 Price - 34 rubles.

40. "Electronics IM-45" - five games for learning English, a calculator, a clock and an alarm clock!

"Electronics IM-45" - five games for learning English, a calculator, a clock and an alarm clock!

41. The EU-1840 is the first Soviet analogue of an IBM PC foreign computer, which went into mass production (7500 units sold), 1986.

EU-1840

42. "Vector anti-radar" warned of a police radar almost a kilometer away, however, it did not enter mass production for unknown reasons, 1990.

"Vector anti-radar"

43. Dreamed of "Walkie-Toki"? Meanwhile, someone was lucky to have just such a toy. “Alice” is a small-sized radio station designed for children from 8 years old. Radio communication up to 120 meters. Produced since 1992 in St. Petersburg.

"Alice" - small radio station

44. "Quant 4C" - a personal computer, the built-in memory was only 1 MB!

"Kvant 4C" - a personal computer, the built-in memory was only 1 MB!

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