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Audiosonic Multi-Tech HG-21

Boris Diplomat Electronic Chess Computer

1988

Commodore Chessmate

1978

Conic Computer Chess

Conic Korchnoi


Conic Computer Chess 7013 (Korchnoi)

Conic Master I

Elektronika IM-01

1993

Elektronika IM-05

1993

Fidelity Electronics Chess Challenger 7

Fidelity Electronics Chess Challenger Mini Sensory

Fidelity Electronics Chess Challenger Sensory 6

1982


 Manufacturer: Fidelity Electronics
Dimensions: 28.3 x 26.5 x 3.5 cm (excl. raised battery compartment)
Programmer(s): Ron Nelson
Rating: occasional players (Elo 1300)
Other details: pressure-sensitive board
LED-display with red digits
16 LEDs on two sides of board
Prozessor: Z80 a 4 MHz

Fidelity Electronics Chess Challenger Sensory 9

Fidelity Electronics Chess Challenger Sensory Voice

1980


Precio en El Corte Inglés: 85.500 pts. Lo compré por: 10 euros

 Programautor: R. C. Nelson
Material: Holz/Kunstst. - Prozessor Z 80 A 4 MHz - Opening book 2000 Pos. - Manufacture year 1980 - SSDF - Elo.: ca. 1400 - BxTxH 33x29x6,5 cm - Newprice in Euro: 600,-

Fidelity Electronics Chess Challenger Voice

1979


 Manufacturer: Fidelity Electronics
Dates from: 1979
Dimensions: 33 x 21.5 x 2.5 cm.
Processor: Z80, 3.9 MHz.
Memory: 8 KB ROM, 1 KB RAM
Programmer(s): Ron Nelson
Rating: Occasional players (Elo 1359)
Other details: English voice, also in some other languages
Controlled with keys, (red) LED display
Board not connected to computer
(Game of the year 1979)
Click the loudspeaker to hear the voice
The 1st game shows that Fritz-1-ply is unable to checkmate with K+R+Kt against K.

Fidelity Electronics Excel 68000

Gakken Computer Chess Game

Mattel Computer Chess

Milton Computer Chess Grandmaster

Novag Chess Champion MK I

1978


The Chess Champion MK I was Novags first dedicated chess computer released in September 1978. It had a Fairchild F8 8-Bit processor running at 1.78 MHz, with 2 KiB ROM and 256 byte RAM.

The program was a clone of the Data Cash Systems Inc. CompuChess program, which was developed by David B. Goodrich & Associates [1] , while other sources claim David Levy was involved in the development [2] [3] .

Since the cloned software was already more than a year old, it was a weak program even for that early time. Additionally the program could only play with Black, accepted illegal moves, and could even play without Kings. With its strongest level 6, it usually replied not until several days with a move found [4]. It was marketed in the US by JS&A, and in Germany by Horten [5] and Quelle in different outward variations [6]

Novag Chess Computer Aquamarine Style

2001

Novag Constellation Quattro

Novag Micro Chess

Novag Micro III

Novag Prelude Electronic Chess

Novag Robotic Adversary

Novag Super Constellation

Novag Zircon II

Saitek Chess Partner 2

1988

Saitek Kasparov Cavalier

1988

Saitek Turbo Advance Trainer

1988

Schachcomputer Chess Champion System III