SciSys Chess Champion Super System MK IV

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SciSys Chess Champion Super System MK IV
Hersteller SciSys Jahr: 1981
Elo ~1380 Preis
Programmierer Mike Johnson (+David Levy) BT-2450
Prozessor 6502 BT-2630
Prozessortyp 8 Bit Colditz
Takt 2 MHz Rechentiefe 10 Halbzüge (?)
RAM 1 KB Display 4-stellige 7-Segment Anzeige
ROM 12 KB Zugeingabe Tastatur
Bibliothek 660 Halbzüge Zugausgabe LCD Anzeige
Spielstufen
Maße 28.0 x 21.0 x 9.5 cm
Stromversorgung   8V / 600mA (5 pin DIN)
Verwandt Novag Chess Champion Super System MK III
Sonstiges
- nur 6 Monate im Handel erhältlich

Super System IV 1.jpg

© Picture by Michael Watters

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© Picture by Michael Watters


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The SciSys Chess Champion Super System MK IV had been on sale for less than six months when it was effectively superceded by the Mark V. With the Mark V winning the World Microcomputer Chess Championship in September 1981, Scisys decided to take immediate commercial advantage of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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