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.


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


  • EK-6520 (1978) - first EKS Personal Unit model.
  • EK-6530 (1979) - First model with a 3½-inch floppy disk drive and last model with a 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.



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.

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