The Didaktik Kompakt from 1992 was basically a Didaktik M with built-in floppy 3.5-inch 720 KB drive and parallel printer port.
These computers were famous for their simplicity allowing people with little technical ability to produce various hardware add-ons such as FDD controllers, AD/DA converters or software (such as Desktop – unique WYSIWYG word processor with functions like proportional text, pictures in text support, block functions, multi-font support etc.). Both version of these computers had been produced in Skalica, Slovakia. Didaktik's glory went out with price fall of 16-bit computers, such as the Atari and Amiga, around the middle of the 1990s until it was finally steam-rolled by the PC soon after.
The production of Didaktik computers stopped in the year 1994.
Source: Wikipedia, "[en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Didaktik%23Didaktik_Kompakt Didaktik]", available under the CC-BY-SA License.