In 1989 came Leningrad 1 a clone of the 48K which came to be the cheapest of the mass-made clones. They attempted to make the design as simple as possible and more compact. The only addition was a joystick port. It was designed by Sergey Zonov who later went on and created the Scorpion.
A russian clone that came in 1991. The joystick was changed to Kempston kompatible and the keyboard was much improved. It sold in great numbers.
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