PK-01 “Lviv” is an 8-bit educational and household microcomputer . It was developed around 1986 - 1987 at the Lviv Polytechnic Institute by associate professor Vladimir Yakovlevich Puida. Produced by the Lviv Production Association. V.I. Lenin. The cost of the computer was 750 rubles   . Later, a special laboratory was created, where under the guidance of V. Ya. Puida the serial prototype PK-01 was improved, PK-01M, PK-02 “Mukachevo”, PK-03 based on i8088 , a clone of which was mastered in the USSR, were developed. However, PK-03 existed only in a prototype and after the collapse of the USSR, work was stopped  .
|Type of||Educational home computer|
|Date of issue||1986|
|RAM||RAM - 64 KB, ROM - 16 KB|
- Processor: KR580VM80A at a frequency of 2.22 MHz
- Speed: 200 ... 300 thousand op./sec
- Memory: RAM - 64 KB (including video memory 16 KB, connected page by page to the second quarter of the total address space), ROM - 16 KB
- Video - 16 KB with a resolution of 256 × 256 - 4 colors (a common palette of 8 colors, but at the same time it was possible to use no more than 4)
- The monitor used was a household TV, the number of characters displayed on the screen was 32 × 24, dots 256 × 256 (work area 200 × 225), the number of colors displayed on the screen at the same time - 4 (out of 8 colors of the palette).
- External memory: household tape recorder
- Extension: connecting the controller to a hard disk drive ; connecting a ROBOTRON CM 6329.01 M printer from the DVK-3 complex and the like.
- Dimensions: system unit - 338 × 268 × 65 mm, power supply unit - 200 × 157 × 97 mm
- Power consumption: no more than 30 watts.
In total, by the end of 1991, according to various estimates, about 80 thousand units were produced. PK-01 "Lviv". It was mainly used for organizing training classes in schools and universities, as well as a working PC in research laboratories, in mobile devices for various purposes in industry, etc. A version of the PC-02 computer was developed (it was being prepared for release on factory in the city of Mukachevo), which had an increased amount of internal ROM - 128 Kb, RAM with a page organization - 128 Kb, advanced display capabilities - 256 colors, a full-featured keyboard, a GMD adapter (option). Accordingly, the BASIC interpreter was finalized. The new version could not provide full compatibility with the PC-01 software. PC-03 was also developed based on the I8088, which was running MS DOS. Existed only in the form of a prototype. However, with the collapse of the USSR, all further work was curtailed.
- in ROM - Basic interpreter
- on external media: BASIC , Monitor-debugger, Text Editor, Macroassembler, Reassembler, BSP, applications, games
PC-01 “Lviv” computer emulators: