SciSys Chess Champion Super System MK IV

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SciSys Chess Champion Super System MK IV
Super System IV 1.jpg

© Picture by Michael Watters - chesscomputeruk.com

Hersteller Programmierer Markteinführung Elo
SciSys Johnson, Mike & Levy, David 1981 ~1300
Prozessor Takt RAM ROM
6502 2 MHz 1 KB 12 KB
Rechentiefe BT-2450 BT-2630 Colditz
10 Halbzüge (?)
Bibliothek 660 Halbzüge
Display 4-stellige 7-Segment Anzeige
Spielstufen
Einführungspreis
Prozessortyp 8 Bit
Stromversorgung 8V / 600mA (5 pin DIN)
Maße 28.0 x 21.0 x 9.5 cm
Verwandt Novag Chess Champion Super System MK III
Sonstiges
- nur 6 Monate im Handel erhältlich



Infos
Werbeprospekt



The SciSys Chess Champion Super System MK IV had been on sale for less than six months when it was effectively superceded by the Mark V. With the Mark V winning the World Microcomputer Chess Championship in September 1981, Scisys decided to take immediate commercial advantage of this success by releasing the Mark V for the Christmas market. Undoubtedly a correct decision in the rapidly moving chess computer market at that time. As a consequence of this short sales period the Super System IV is a relatively rare chess computer today.

More Infos: Michael Watters - www.chesscomputeruk.com


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