Galeb (en. Seagull) was an 8-bit computer developed by the PEL Varaždin company in Yugoslavia in the early 1980s. A grand total of 250 were produced by the end of the summer of 1984, before being replaced by Orao.
|Memory||9KB-64KB RAM, 16KB ROM|
|Display||96x48 resolution, monochrome|
|Input||59 key QWERTZ keyboard|
Galeb was designed by Miroslav Kocijan and inspired by Compukit UK101 and Ohio Scientific Superboard and Superboard II computers that appeared in the UK and USA in 1979 and were less expensive than Apple II, Commodore PET and/or TRS-80 computers. The code name YU101 was chosen to resemble Compukit's UK101.
Galeb was very similar to computers that inspired it:
- CPU: MOS Technology 6502
- ROM : 16 KB (with BASIC interpreter and Machine code monitor)
- RAM : 9 KB (expandable to 64 KB)
- Keyboard: 59-key QWERTZ
- I/O ports: composite video and RF TV out, cassette tape interface (DIN-5), RS-232 (D-25), edge expansion connector
- Sound : single-channel, 5 octaves
- Graphics: monochrome, 96x48 pixels
- Text mode: 16 lines with 48 characters each
- Price : 90,000 dinars (in 1984)
- "Miroslav Kocijan – pionir hrvatskog računarstva". ZG-Magazin (in Croatian). 15 February 2013. Retrieved 19 February 2013.