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EKS Personal Unit is a discontinued series of all-in-one and CPU desktop computers created and marketed by EKS. In 1995, it was replaced by ViraPC.

HistoryEdit

The first EKS Personal Unit model with CD-ROM was released in 1990.

ModelsEdit

  • EK-6520 (1978) - first EKS Personal Unit model.
  • EK-6530 (1979) - First model with 3½-inch floppy disk drive and last model with 5¼-inch floppy disk drive.
  • EK-6540 (1981)
  • EK-6550 (1983)
  • EK-6560 (1984)
  • EK-6570 (1985)
  • EK-6580 (1987)
  • EK-6585 (1988)
  • EK-6590 (1990) - First model with CD-ROM.
  • EK-6600 (1992)
  • EK-6610 (1993)
  • EK-6620 (1995) - The last EKS Personal Unit model.

GalleryEdit

ReceptionEdit

The computer received positive reviews. It was commercially successful personal computers during late 1980s to early 1990s, along with TheoryDesk, Naisuka PCs and IBM-PC/MS-DOS.

See alsoEdit





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