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(Splice, Byte XD-300, Brazilian)
 
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This company especializes in electronics and computers. An analysis of the XD-300 revealed what it seems to be a clone of the Fidelity Chess Challenger 7.
 
This company especializes in electronics and computers. An analysis of the XD-300 revealed what it seems to be a clone of the Fidelity Chess Challenger 7.
 
There are some minor differences, for example, the pads between the keypad and the sensors underneath the board are very different giving a different feeling when you press the keys. Not better or worse, just different. Also, it uses a true speaker instead of a piezo beeper as in the Fidelity Chess Challenger 7.
 
There are some minor differences, for example, the pads between the keypad and the sensors underneath the board are very different giving a different feeling when you press the keys. Not better or worse, just different. Also, it uses a true speaker instead of a piezo beeper as in the Fidelity Chess Challenger 7.
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[[Bild:Chess byte 1.JPG]]
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Other pictures can be seen here:
 
Other pictures can be seen here:
 
[http://www.ismenio.com/chess_byte_xd300.html]
 
[http://www.ismenio.com/chess_byte_xd300.html]

Version vom 9. Mai 2005, 16:25 Uhr

Splice Industria Brasileira It seems this Brazilian company has produced only 1 chess computer: the Byte XD-300 This company especializes in electronics and computers. An analysis of the XD-300 revealed what it seems to be a clone of the Fidelity Chess Challenger 7. There are some minor differences, for example, the pads between the keypad and the sensors underneath the board are very different giving a different feeling when you press the keys. Not better or worse, just different. Also, it uses a true speaker instead of a piezo beeper as in the Fidelity Chess Challenger 7.

Chess byte 1.JPG


Other pictures can be seen here: [1]