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OPK manufactures high reliability army laptops for the Russian Armed Forces

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The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation is implementing a program to improve the reliability of computer systems used by the department, and their protection from cyber attacks. Recently, the number of attempts to virtually get to the information transmitted via computer networks of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation has increased, and the solution to the problem of cyber security looks very relevant.


Rostekh United Instrument Making Corporation (OPK) announces the creation of domestic army notebooks (laptops) with an increased level of protection against hacker attacks.
RIA News cites the statement of the Deputy Director General of the United Instrument-Making Corporation Andrei Chendarov:
The equipment was created for the tactical subdivisions of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, its purpose is to process information during the performance of combat tasks. The laptop operates on the basis of the Astra Linux operating system developed for the needs of the Russian army and other security agencies. The start of series production is scheduled for the second quarter of 2016.


In addition, the manufacturer pays attention to the ability of the new army notebooks to function in extreme conditions:
Experience shows that traditional computers are not able to operate stably in the field and in combat conditions. The secure execution of our terminal ensures uninterrupted operation of the device even in the most extreme situations, at temperatures ranging from “minus” 40 ° С to “plus” 50 ° С. In this case, equipment fault tolerance is achieved without sacrificing performance.


The OPK reports that the Russian army PC is equipped with a GPS / GLONASS navigation system, VGA and HDMI interfaces, four USB 3.0 ports, and a Wi-Fi module. The operating frequency of the central processor is 3,5 GHz. The battery life is 8 hours in active mode.

OPK manufactures high reliability army laptops for the Russian Armed Forces


Earlier it was reported about the creation of army computer systems capable of working in heavy rain and not failing even under water.
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  1. St Petrov
    St Petrov 16 February 2016 12: 27
    34
    I, as a representative of the cheers, are pleased with this news.

    Not bast shoes and oil are one.

    Norton Commander Inspires Respect

    1. BilliBoms09
      BilliBoms09 16 February 2016 12: 37
      +7

      The OPK reports that the Russian army PC is equipped with a GPS / GLONASS navigation system, VGA and HDMI interfaces, four USB 3.0 ports, and a Wi-Fi module. The operating frequency of the central processor is 3,5 GHz. The battery life is 8 hours in active mode.
      Note that about who produces the filling is not a word. In cases of war, our military-industrial complex will be able to provide all this or ...?
      1. Cat man null
        Cat man null 16 February 2016 12: 46
        +1
        Quote: BilliBoms09
        In cases of war

        You (and we) will die once ... like, however, laptops, but for some reason this doesn’t please me nirazu ..

        Quote: Kent0001
        Fine. Moving in the right direction! And they can crack the adversary on the head, well, in order to defend themselves))))) We need further development of this area in conjunction with the creation of super-duper noise immunity systems

        Understanding the irony, I note the following:

        - I have IBM Thinkpad laptops in my life .. well, that’s how it happened
        - broke two during this time .. both of them got off the screen frame when carrying (far) beyond the screen.
        - I wouldn't have anything against a "super-foolish" laptop ..

        PS: At the moment - Lenovo Thinkpad R400, small, not to break, and enough .. for everything

        Somehow
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        2. bulvas
          bulvas 16 February 2016 12: 57
          17
          Quote: Cat Man Null
          PS: At the moment - Lenovo Thinkpad R400, small, not to break, and enough .. for everything



          This does not mean anything.

          Try to put it on -20 (at least), in the rain, drop it on stones or in a puddle, carry it in a backpack with iron (for example, canned goods), etc., just .. sit on it.

          Even a simple temperature drop from -20 to + 20 with immediate inclusion can kill a household appliance.






          1. Minstrel
            Minstrel 16 February 2016 16: 08
            +4
            Quote: bulvas
            Try poyuzat it at -20 (at least), in the rain, drop it on stones or in a puddle,

            Laptop Samsung R510 - during a fire in my house, when they quickly took out things, dropped them on the floor, covered him with papers and magazines. Not noticed - not taken. Found only on the trail. day. Firefighters flooded the attic with water. Poured approx. 30 cubes. Everything naturally went down. It was -4 at night. The doors and windows in the house were open so that the burnout would disappear. There are scratches on the laptop, a small black spot on the screen. It still works (fire April 1, 2011). I’m writing from him now. good

            As for the army laptop, I can imagine what realistic "shooters" are installed on it. laughing
          2. Cat man null
            Cat man null 16 February 2016 20: 22
            -1
            Quote: Cat Man Null
            I would not have anything against a "super-foolish" laptop

            I'm talking about this .. we are saying the same thing, only in different words ..

            IBM Think is a lite version of a completely military device .. from what was on sale at that time is the best ..

            And all request
        3. activator
          activator 16 February 2016 13: 17
          +1
          [quote = Cat Man Null] PS: At the moment - Lenovo Thinkpad R400, small, not to break, and enough .. for everything [/ quo, I have a panasonik cf 18 touchbook for an old man 12 years old to cook up comments to climb on there is not enough. And no worries can be kicked, spilled tea, cut a snack for months without turning off everything suffers.
          1. bulvas
            bulvas 16 February 2016 13: 32
            0
            Quote: activator

            I have a panasonik cf 18 touchbook an old man of 12 years old to cook comments to climb there is not enough. And no worries can be kicked kicking, pouring tea, cutting an appetizer for months, don’t turn everything off.


            A tactical laptop has slightly different tasks, including provide a good screen in the bright sun, traffic encryption and more, so you need a good memory, a powerful processor, a capacious battery


            1. Cat man null
              Cat man null 16 February 2016 20: 31
              -1
              Quote: bulvas
              A tactical laptop has slightly different tasks, including provide a good screen in the bright sun, traffic encryption and more, so you need a good memory, a powerful processor, a capacious battery

              Damn, I can not intervene .. fellow

              TACTICAL laptop has one task: to survive.

              - dropped into water, including - into salt water ("this is .. the sea, sonny")
              - not to be crushed by the booty that accidentally sat on it .. the booty is tough, while - acceleration is not sickly .. while the laptop must survive ..

              All the rest - about data encryption, etc. - this is a software issue that was put on this laptop ..

              Colleagues, not IMHO .. 25 years in this .. dog pose, with computers, databases .. etc

              laughing
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          2. Cat man null
            Cat man null 26 February 2016 19: 50
            0
            Quote: activator
            And no worries can be kicked kicking, pouring tea, cutting an appetizer for months, don’t turn off everything suffers

            How would I explain to you .. I’m not only climbing on my own, there’s also a couple (GYYYY laughing ) virtual machines are .. with all sorts of programs there for clients who have to work with, since they’re not close yet until retirement, but they want to eat cats ..

            IMHO you confused a typewriter for entertainment and a typewriter for work.

            Somehow request
        4. Homo
          Homo 16 February 2016 13: 52
          0
          Quote: Cat Man Null
          Understanding the irony, I note the following:

          - I have IBM Thinkpad laptops in my life .. well, that’s how it happened
          - broke two during this time .. both of them got off the screen frame when carrying (far) beyond the screen.
          - I wouldn't have anything against a "super-foolish" laptop ..

          PS: At the moment - Lenovo Thinkpad R400, small, not to break, and enough .. for everything

          Somehow

          This is what and why? what
          1. PSih2097
            PSih2097 16 February 2016 18: 37
            0
            I think that they look similar to each other ... request
      2. shinobi
        shinobi 16 February 2016 12: 47
        -1
        Yes, maybe it will provide it. Actually, on the basis of our processors, the Chinese are riveting everyday life. I have mobile on this. Eight cores and all that. While I am extremely pleased with them. Civil laptops are approaching, here we will see.
        1. Atrix
          Atrix 16 February 2016 13: 49
          +2
          Quote: shinobi
          Yes, maybe, and it will provide. Actually, on the basis of our processors, the Chinese are riveting by the way. I have a mobile on this. Eight cores and all that.

          Do not share the name of the processor and mobile?)
          1. shinobi
            shinobi 17 February 2016 06: 17
            0
            Yes, DEXP is, ixion xl240. I was also skeptical at first. Our percentage, the camera is Korean, the assembly is Chinese. I bought the price. My favorite htc died, and the mobile needed an edge.
      3. Mikado
        Mikado 16 February 2016 15: 15
        +3
        Quote: BilliBoms09

        Note that about who produces the filling is not a word. In cases of war, our military-industrial complex will be able to provide all this or ...?

        With tongue removed. The filling is all imported, most likely. It is a shame that we do not produce our microelectronics. Ah, although not - in our country, Chubais will put nanobugs on fur coats so that they don’t stole it. Well, in the sense, they will begin to build a plant for nanobugs, they will successfully master the money, and then .. Ugh.

        In general, no matter what PCs are, they will come in handy on the farm. Even so. soldier
      4. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 16 February 2016 15: 57
        +1
        Quote: BilliBoms09
        Note that about who produces the filling is not a word.

        And about the same price. request
    2. Kent0001
      Kent0001 16 February 2016 12: 39
      +1
      Fine. Moving in the right direction! And they can crack the adversary on the head, well, for self-defense))))) We need further development of this area in conjunction with the creation of super-duper noise immunity systems.
    3. cap
      cap 16 February 2016 12: 52
      0
      Quote: c-Petrov
      I, as a representative of the cheers, are pleased with this news.

      Not bast shoes and oil are one.

      Norton Commander Inspires Respect


      Jointly glad. It is interesting that those who know the topic will say.
    4. lis-ik
      lis-ik 16 February 2016 12: 55
      +1
      Honestly, I thought I was wrong, but it looks like "Norton" really, do they still remember about him?
      1. Homo
        Homo 16 February 2016 13: 57
        +4
        Quote: lis-ik
        Honestly, I thought I was wrong, but it looks like "Norton" really, do they still remember about him?

        There is also FAR, very similar. And about "do they still remember", you are probably 100% a user of toys and the Internet, so say so. Programmers, sysadmins, who simply work with large arrays of files, use file managers how! There are about a dozen file managers today (these are popular), and another dozen or so come and go.
      2. Neksel
        Neksel 17 February 2016 11: 19
        0
        Quote: lis-ik
        Honestly, I thought I was wrong, but it looks like "Norton" really, do they still remember about him?


        It looks like that. Straight nostalgia struck .... interesting, but does it support USB 3.0?
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    6. Aleksey_K
      Aleksey_K 16 February 2016 13: 00
      +4
      Quote: s-t Petrov
      Norton Commander Inspires Respect

      How did you determine in such a bad photo that it was "Norton Commander"? Maybe this is our "Far Manager"?
      But, here is something I have not seen in Linux systems of both these programs. It has its own "mc" (Midnight Commander), looks similar to the above. Maybe I'm wrong, who knows for sure, will correct me.
      1. St Petrov
        St Petrov 16 February 2016 13: 01
        +1
        Yes, it doesn’t matter what it is, a standard and simple interface invented in the early 90s and late 80s. There is no other there.

        The main thing is not Windows XP. And then I saw footage from some of our nuclear power plants several years ago from the control point (I don’t know how the captain’s cabin is called by nuclear engineers) - this is how Windows XP stood there - screensavers on monitors were visible

      2. i80186
        i80186 16 February 2016 13: 07
        +5
        Quote: Алексей_К
        How did you determine in such a bad photo that it was "Norton Commander"? Maybe this is our "Far Manager"?
        But, here is something I have not seen in Linux systems of both these programs. It has its own "mk", it looks similar to the above. Maybe I'm wrong, who knows for sure, will correct me.

        Well, just the photo is left. Years since the beginning of 2000, it is better to find apparently not fate.
        For comparison, the laptop on the left is in a protective version from ZAO “MTsST”, and to the right of Panasonic.
        In general, here is the link with the video.
        And Nortana was not standing there. And they really water it and beat it on the floor, when it is turned on.
        http://www.1tv.ru/sprojects_utro_video/si33/p102225
      3. Starover_Z
        Starover_Z 16 February 2016 13: 27
        +3
        Quote: Алексей_К
        How did you determine in such a bad photo that it was "Norton Commander"? Maybe this is our "Far Manager"?
        But, here is something I have not seen in Linux systems of both these programs. It has its own "mc" (Midnight Commander), looks similar to the above. Maybe I'm wrong, who knows for sure, will correct me.

        For reference, after Norton Commander there was Volkov Commander, a Russian program with its own characteristics. It is under DOS /
        Then FAR-menager under Windu.
        Of the notable ones, there was also Frigate - it’s a pity it seems that it is no longer developing and Total Commander - both also Russian!
    7. Blondy
      Blondy 16 February 2016 13: 19
      +3
      I wonder how much is the "non-commercial" and waterproof "Norton" now? The design is downright nostalgic, the KVN TV has such a breath.
      1. i80186
        i80186 16 February 2016 13: 30
        +2
        Quote: Blondy
        I wonder how much is the "non-commercial" and waterproof "Norton" now? The design is downright nostalgic, the KVN TV has such a breath.


        Yes, look, here is the news. The author of the article simply could not stick. smile

        http://www.1tv.ru/sprojects_utro_video/si33/p102225

        1. Ingvar 72
          Ingvar 72 16 February 2016 16: 01
          +1
          Quote: i80186
          . The author of the article simply could not stick.

    8. vodolaz
      vodolaz 16 February 2016 13: 33
      +7
      Well, the picture is clearly not from the news, I met this on news sites.
    9. Atrix
      Atrix 16 February 2016 13: 47
      -1
      Quote: s-t Petrov
      I, as a representative of the cheers, are pleased with this news.

      Not bast shoes and oil are one.

      And can the question what exactly are happy ??? So that the motherboard with the processor and monitor was shoved into the airtight box ??? Or have they begun to push their designs into these laptops, their motherboards have appeared, they have begun to produce RAM, and have begun to produce hard drives?
      1. Lopatov
        Lopatov 16 February 2016 14: 27
        +5
        The point is that the main thing in a rugged laptop is EMI resistance. Next is a wide range of operating temperatures. And only then the "sealed box" is the simplest thing to do.

        Protection against EMP - one "Faraday cage" is not enough. Although not everything is so simple with it, the monitor also needs to be protected. In addition, all connectors are equipped with special protective devices with a high response speed.

        With temperature too, the battery should work normally at low temperatures. So there is a need to heat them. But to protect against high temperatures, a highly efficient cooling system is required. Moreover, due to the "tightness of the box", it is quite difficult to do this. Seal your computer and see how long it takes for it to quack.
        1. Atrix
          Atrix 16 February 2016 14: 55
          +1
          Quote: Spade
          The point is that the main thing in a rugged laptop is EMI resistance. Next is a wide range of operating temperatures. And only then the "sealed box" is the simplest thing to do.

          I wrote figuratively about the "box". It is clear that this is not just a box) But I don’t see anything beyond development, they stick in all the filling of well-known manufacturers, super-protected laptops have been in use for a long time.
          1. Lopatov
            Lopatov 16 February 2016 17: 02
            0
            Quote: Atrix
            Super-secure laptops have been around for a long time.

            I'm afraid you do not quite understand what is at stake.
            Creating protected from EMP and microwave electronics while maintaining an acceptable weight and size is a very difficult task.
            1. Atrix
              Atrix 16 February 2016 17: 58
              0
              Quote: Spade
              I'm afraid you do not quite understand what is at stake.
              Creating protected from EMP and microwave electronics while maintaining an acceptable weight and size is a very difficult task.

              By the way, I did not see exactly where it is. You read that these laptops will be protected from "EMP and microwave"
              1. Vadim237
                Vadim237 16 February 2016 19: 10
                0
                These laptops are protected from EMR like all military equipment.
      2. St Petrov
        St Petrov 16 February 2016 17: 42
        0
        dada all this or almost all - started to do)
        1. PHANTOM-AS
          PHANTOM-AS 16 February 2016 17: 45
          +1
          Quote: s-t Petrov
          dada all this or almost all - started to do)

    10. Ajent cho
      Ajent cho 16 February 2016 14: 49
      0
      Such a commander would inspire much greater respect:
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    12. Sweles
      Sweles 16 February 2016 15: 28
      +2
      the picture finally can ...
    13. olegator
      olegator 16 February 2016 17: 16
      0
      Most likely this is a midnight commander, or his "relative" - ​​a file manager for * nix systems. Our combat systems are on Linux, not Windows. More precisely, not even Linux, but MSVS (Mobile System of the Armed Forces). Operating system based on Linux.
  2. Trailer
    Trailer 16 February 2016 12: 28
    -1
    I do not understand what it DOSovskaya system is worth?
    1. St Petrov
      St Petrov 16 February 2016 12: 29
      +4
      why do they need windows? Dos da Linux.

      In general, the military has its own axis on the basis of Nyx. Forgot the name.

      1. Bashibuzuk
        Bashibuzuk 16 February 2016 12: 44
        +5
        This is not Norton commander.
        For Linux, the Midnight Kommander is more commonly used.
        .
        Well, the news is good, of course.
        Just about security - I did not quite understand.
        Linux is an open system. There are no viruses, because no one writes them for unix-like systems. So come in, knock and tama.
        Another thing is that Astra .. tench. Something to do, see.
        It turns out that protection is mainly from water and rain, so what?
        Impressive shower head pouring on the screen.
        .
        Not, however - the good news.
        1. St Petrov
          St Petrov 16 February 2016 12: 53
          +1
          from rain, water, shock, shaking, temperature changes (this is written in the article). There, military iron has a lot of parameters that must be met.

          In addition to software protection.

          OS MSVS is a general-purpose secure operating system.

          Designed for building stationary protected automated systems. The need for the development of this system and the requirements for it were determined based on the results of studies carried out at 22 Central Research Institute of International Relations, under the direction of A.V. Pavlov. Accepted for supply in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (Armed Forces of Russia) in 2002.


          So I found that axis of our warriors

          1. Bashibuzuk
            Bashibuzuk 16 February 2016 13: 01
            +2
            Duc, thanks, I then, by occupation, immediately rushed to the security sector.
            ..
            And how many more interesting OSEKs are there, you’ll download.
            Make your own clean - and any Snowden will turn gray to "break" the axis.
            It is as if our own hard to develop, xxxx.
            Tractors rode along the Moon, robots landed on Venus - tea, cars were not built on relays and selsins, one fact of remote control of the Lunokhods will be horrifying.
            Any system administrator.
            .
            It is necessary for our to lay out these laptops for sale. With pure Lin. Mars will be worse.
            Drop, put your coffee (ooohhh, buzz) right on the clave, pour a beer on it .... dream ...
            1. Suhov
              Suhov 16 February 2016 14: 41
              +1
              Quote: Bashibuzuk
              Drop, put your coffee (ooohhh, buzz) right on the clave, pour a beer on it .... dream ...

              Yeah, a laptop "off-road vehicle", which if you can hammer in a nail, is a necessary and useful thing in the household.
              But there is one thing. Such devices (in a protected version) will cost unmeasured along the way ...
        2. max2215
          max2215 16 February 2016 13: 02
          +3
          Linux is an open system. There are no viruses, because no one writes them for unix-like systems. So come in, knock and tama.
          it’s not quite, or rather not at all, writing a virus for a specific machine is troublesome, and there isn’t such a feature in the lines as installing a program without user intervention, which is why windows are famous for why various viruses are written that are familiar with programming a lot. programs are written under any line, such as software for machine tools, cars, etc. And the windows are like a machine on a machine - turned on the computer and he lives his life, though most users think that they have it under control ..... .
        3. Aleksey_K
          Aleksey_K 16 February 2016 13: 16
          -1
          Quote: Bashibuzuk
          Linux is an open system. There are no viruses, because no one writes them for unix-like systems. So come in, knock and tama.

          Surprisingly, the first Viruses were written and functioned under Unix. Then just there was no Windows and DOS. And Linux is just Unix with an open license, although some Linux systems are also not free.
        4. i80186
          i80186 16 February 2016 16: 07
          0
          Quote: Bashibuzuk
          Linux is an open system. There are no viruses, because no one writes them for unix-like systems. So come in, knock and tama.

          Open, in the sense of the source code of the kernel is available to anyone, but do not go in whoever you want. Servers under Lunix, as a rule. So it's quite the opposite. And by the way there is a virus.
  3. Alex_Rarog
    Alex_Rarog 16 February 2016 12: 28
    +4
    May the gods go to the series .... sorry for the few characteristics ...
  4. Sobol
    Sobol 16 February 2016 12: 29
    +4
    The weapon itself!
  5. NEXUS
    NEXUS 16 February 2016 12: 29
    +1
    It’s a good thing. It’s important not only to create, but also that our army systems should be no worse than those of an adversary. And we definitely need to work on the design, otherwise our functionality is often the best in the world, and it looks like it is cut with an ax.
    1. St Petrov
      St Petrov 16 February 2016 12: 30
      +7
      This laptop can break enemies and dig trenches.

      And you about design

      1. Aleksey_K
        Aleksey_K 16 February 2016 13: 39
        +2
        The United Instrument-Making Company (UIC), part of the state corporation Rostec, intends to begin production of new military notebooks with a high level of protection soon. Serial production of devices developed for use by units of the RF Armed Forces will start in the second quarter of 2016.
      2. NEXUS
        NEXUS 16 February 2016 13: 48
        +1
        Quote: s-t Petrov
        This laptop can break enemies and dig trenches.

        It’s possible ... yes, only there is a shovel for the trenches, and you can break your heads with something more adapted for this. The question is that the equipment is created for people. the same Samsung and Toshiba, next to such a domestic computer, will not look very competitive. Therefore, I talked about the design, of course, not at the expense of reliability and functionality.
        1. Lopatov
          Lopatov 16 February 2016 14: 28
          0
          Quote: NEXUS
          if such a laptop will be produced for general civilian use

          It hurts expensive.
          1. NEXUS
            NEXUS 16 February 2016 14: 31
            +1
            Quote: Spade
            It hurts expensive.

            Are MacBook mattresses cheap?
            1. Lopatov
              Lopatov 16 February 2016 14: 38
              0
              I'm afraid that only protection systems just like this MacBook will cost
              1. NEXUS
                NEXUS 16 February 2016 14: 44
                +1
                Quote: Spade
                I'm afraid that only protection systems just like this MacBook will cost

                And for the "civilian", protection systems are not needed for the military. It is possible and convinced that it is necessary to adapt a domestic laptop with our OS for civilian use. And such computers, due to the fact that they will be completely domestic, but in quality and functionality, at least no worse than the same MacBook, they will be cheaper, and I am convinced that they will be more in demand.
        2. Suhov
          Suhov 16 February 2016 14: 45
          0
          Quote: NEXUS
          ...and breaking heads can be something more adapted for this.
          The question is, what technique is being created for people.

          There is a contradiction in your statement ... wassat
          We have everything for people.
          hi
    2. chikenous59
      chikenous59 16 February 2016 14: 06
      0
      Quote: NEXUS
      and often the functionality in our country is the best in the world, and it looks as if it is planed with an ax.

      That's really what the soldier still has to worry about in the war) You see the design better than that of the adversary.
      There you think how to survive, and what can help you in this situation.
      It will be necessary * ovatsya smeared, smeared.
      But certainly not up to design in the army, the main thing is reliability and ease of use.
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 16 February 2016 14: 14
        +1
        Quote: chikenous59
        But certainly not up to design in the army, the main thing is reliability and ease of use.

        You read carefully, dear. I’m talking about the fact that it’s probably time to do good and reliable domestic things for the people, and not just for the army. But in order for our laptop to be sold no worse than the Korean computer, it’s functional, should look no worse than a competitor.
        It is clear that in the army design is in tenth place.
        1. chikenous59
          chikenous59 16 February 2016 14: 15
          0
          Quote: NEXUS
          It’s a good thing. It’s important not only to create, but also that our army systems should be no worse than those of an adversary. And we definitely need to work on the design, otherwise our functionality is often the best in the world, and it looks like it is cut with an ax.

          Here you are clearly not talking about a citizen.
          So no excuses ..
          1. NEXUS
            NEXUS 16 February 2016 14: 19
            +1
            Quote: chikenous59
            Here you are clearly not talking about a citizen.
            So no excuses ..

            You read all my posts, but do not take them out of context. In the second post that you commented on, I popularly explained what I was talking about. Read more carefully.
  6. Sergey Medvedev
    Sergey Medvedev 16 February 2016 12: 29
    +6
    And when will the civilian version be on sale? I do not want foreign language, I want a Russian laptop!
    1. Aleksey_K
      Aleksey_K 16 February 2016 13: 45
      -1
      Quote: Sergey Medvedev
      And when will the civilian version be on sale? I do not want foreign language, I want a Russian laptop!

      Look at this site - http://astra-linux.ru/
      and on this -
      http://www.linuxcenter.ru/shop/sertified_fstek/AstraLinux_fstek/AstraLinux_Speci
      alEdition_FSTEK_MinObor_RusB10015-01 /
  7. Woodman
    Woodman 16 February 2016 12: 30
    +1
    If only our laptops and computers would be launched for sale ... Purely out of interest I would have taken it for a test, and there you would have looked and liked it)))
    1. St Petrov
      St Petrov 16 February 2016 12: 31
      0
      thousand 300-400.

  8. fa2998
    fa2998 16 February 2016 12: 34
    +1
    And when will Russian developments appear on the civilian market! Proven experience is first offered to the military and then to the civilians. And this market is larger, gives more funds for development. Or again we will repeat the mistakes of the Soviet military-industrial complex, brewed in its own juice. the best, and people buy "SONY" and other Panasonic. yes hi
    1. St Petrov
      St Petrov 16 February 2016 12: 35
      0
      when the market exceeds one billion ordinary people

      In my opinion, these figures are in my opinion. While this will not happen - only the army and corporations and large offices will be content with our iron, which by law will be prohibited from using a foreign product

    2. Vadim237
      Vadim237 16 February 2016 19: 14
      0
      SONY laptops are the best of all - the truth was, until for some reason they were no longer produced.
  9. JonnyT
    JonnyT 16 February 2016 12: 34
    +4
    Russian army laptops are so harsh that they can be used in melee and as a shield from bullets))))
    1. xoma
      xoma 16 February 2016 12: 43
      0
      Good afternoon.
      I won’t be surprised if there is a built-in sapper blade and an integrated single-shot pistol. bully
      1. St Petrov
        St Petrov 16 February 2016 12: 56
        +1
        In vain minus one’s friend, I won’t be surprised if we see footage several years after operation with stuck bullets in the block.

        Someone will save life and not such things saved life.

      2. cap
        cap 16 February 2016 12: 59
        +3
        Joke to joke. Three wrong attempts to set a password, and .... a funnel with a diameter of three measures laughing
        Patented.
  10. A.Lex
    A.Lex 16 February 2016 12: 44
    0
    With the civilian version (forcibly, or this development will sink into oblivion), people need to be introduced - there will be further development of this product. From all civilizations you need to take only the good.
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  12. tomket
    tomket 16 February 2016 12: 50
    +1
    Nach should walk with him in hand-to-hand combat. headquarters?))))
  13. MACCABI-TLV
    MACCABI-TLV 16 February 2016 12: 56
    +1


    starting at $ 2500.
    1. Ajent cho
      Ajent cho 16 February 2016 15: 04
      0
      Cheap ponds from the category of golf nundosamu on the moon. Remember how it ended? Then let me remind you: the blow turned out to be twisted and the ball flew in an arc. What embarrassment!
      In your case, there can easily be a dumb replacement of a laptop before opening the cover, and much more.
      Low.
  14. Platon
    Platon 16 February 2016 12: 56
    0
    By the way, a good question, what is on the display ???

    At first I thought it was a banal midnight commander under linux. But I looked closely, the penultimate line is different (more typical for Windows), and the 3-column panel in mc has not been used for a long time. It turns out that either Far or the ancient volkov commander (the couple is most similar to it) - and both Windows
  15. chikenous59
    chikenous59 16 February 2016 13: 16
    +1
    A laptop as reliable as a black box in a downed SU-24?
  16. sergeyzzz
    sergeyzzz 16 February 2016 13: 25
    +1
    Quote: Platon
    At first I thought it was a banal midnight commander under linux. But I looked closely, the penultimate line is different (more typical for Windows), and the 3-column panel in mc has not been used for a long time. It turns out that either Far or the ancient volkov commander (the couple is most similar to it) - and both Windows

    A photo of something ancient, as usual, the author writes about one thing, and the photo is applied to the one that was found laughing
  17. armata37
    armata37 16 February 2016 13: 37
    0
    Today, the prices for foreign digital equipment, even for the one that is produced with us, are very high. I would not refuse a PC based on the Elbrus processor and the domestic OS good

    It's time to translate the army development on the conveyor in the civilian version. Correctly position the goods and sales will go.
  18. Wolka
    Wolka 16 February 2016 14: 02
    0
    dropped the laptop on the floor, tore off the computer's "paw", I still won't leave it, because it's good ... But in general, I like such a piece of iron, there will never be superfluous in the RD ...
  19. Rossiyanin
    Rossiyanin 16 February 2016 14: 02
    -1
    Quote: Cat Man Null
    Quote: BilliBoms09
    In cases of war

    You (and we) will die once ... like, however, laptops, but for some reason this doesn’t please me nirazu ..

    Quote: Kent0001
    Fine. Moving in the right direction! And they can crack the adversary on the head, well, in order to defend themselves))))) We need further development of this area in conjunction with the creation of super-duper noise immunity systems

    Understanding the irony, I note the following:

    - I have IBM Thinkpad laptops in my life .. well, that’s how it happened
    - broke two during this time .. both of them got off the screen frame when carrying (far) beyond the screen.
    - I wouldn't have anything against a "super-foolish" laptop ..

    PS: At the moment - Lenovo Thinkpad R400, small, not to break, and enough .. for everything

    Somehow

    And why are you telling this Lala? They make great technique for the fighters!
  20. bad
    bad 16 February 2016 14: 18
    +2
    The new army shockproof laptop will go into a series - TV channel "Star"
    http://tvzvezda.ru/news/forces/content/201602161121-uyh3.htm
    ..the picture in the article is old and scary, there is a newer and more sympathetic .. smile ..
  21. Riv
    Riv 16 February 2016 14: 21
    -2
    Oh mine gott! Could our nanotechnology finally be able to repeat the Norton Commander? Well done, Skolkovo! Glory to Chubais !!! 111

    I just don’t understand where is the keyboard of this device? There are obviously not enough buttons on the standard Cyrillic alphabet. There, perhaps the function keys can be placed (but each one is like five ordinary ones!) Again, apparently, you will have to cling to the Chinese ...

    Then I introduced Dimon Ayfonych with this device in my pocket. He laughed. Respect to the author, plus sign article.
  22. iouris
    iouris 16 February 2016 15: 35
    +1
    They were released in the late 1980s. We need to get out of the basement, check the performance.
  23. Angestyr
    Angestyr 16 February 2016 16: 38
    0
    Yes, the author of the article pleased with the picture. At the end of the 80s, it was brought to use such a prelude. By the way, the NATO counterpart was almost 8 kg heavier.
  24. cyber
    cyber 16 February 2016 17: 53
    0
    CPU frequency 3.5 GHz? Wifi? Yes, this is some kind of Achtung!
    1. The interest is clearly not domestic
    2. Mommy is likely too.
    3. WiFi in a secure system? It immediately becomes unprotected, only because of the availability of WiFi!
    3.1. You could not come up with your own secure protocol?
    3.2. WiFi antenna is a great way to fill up a laptop in the case of an electromagnetic wave

    IMHO, they took Lenovo, put it into the domestic case on vibration absorbers, voila - a laptop for the military

    PS. And I was hoping that on the basis of Elbrus pile am pooh on them
  25. Lexa-149
    Lexa-149 16 February 2016 20: 22
    0
    This is all, of course, good! Even wonderful! Our military-industrial complex pleases. I’m only afraid that our slovenliness of the army and officials will ruin this good undertaking. Everything will be organized foolishly.
    For example, I remember when I was serving in the 201MSD in the warehouse of the RAV 149th Guards MSP there were "ZERO", in the original packaging, STsVM 1v520 "SACHOK". it was not in the warehouse ... In other shelves, too ... IT WASN'T IN THE WHOLE DIVISION !!!
    That's how the same (or similar) story with these laptops would not work out.