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Elwro (full name: Wrocławskie Zakłady Elektroniczne "Mera-Elwro", and later Centrum Komputerowych Systemów Automatyki i Pomiarów Mera Elwro) – was a Polish company that produced the Odra and ELWAT computers and two ZX Spectrum clones. The Elwro factory was sold to Siemens in 1993 and shut down shortly afterwards.
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