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ABOUT SCISYS CHESS CHAMPION MARK V MODEL 501 ELECTRONIC CHESS COMPUTER

 

SCISYS CHESS CHAMPION MARK V Electronic Chess Computer - picture taken from box.

SCISYS CHESS CHAMPION MARK V Electronic Chess Computer - picture taken from box.

 

WINNER OF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 1981 - Travemünde, September 1981 - Commercial Section

Congratulations on purchasing your CHESS CHAMPION MARK V, the world's strongest chess microcomputer.

Whether you are an experienced player or a newcomer to the world of chess, CHESS CHAMPION MARK V will provide your with countless hours of interest and enjoyment, both as an opponent and as an instructor, helping you to increase your understanding of the game and thereby bringing you greater pleasure and satisfaction.

We greatly enjoyed creating the world's best for you and wish you as much pleasure in your enjoyment of the CHESS CHAMPION MARK V.

No doubt you are anxious to start your first game against the current World Champion.

 

MAIN SCISYS CHESS CHAMPION MARK V MODEL 501 GAME CHARACTERISTICS

 

    • Plays like a Chess Master.
    • Play Tournament or Blitz chess.
    • Unique game analysis.
    • Plays up to 12 game simultaneously.
    • Built-in LCD display.
    • Developed under the direction of David Levy - International Chess Master and world renowned computer chess expert.
    • Knows all International Rules of Chess.
    • Built-in chess clocks.
    • Exchangeable program modules for playing strength and other games.
    • Includes adapter.
    • Take-back moves.

 

Excerpts taken from SCISYS CHESS CHAMPION MARK V user manual and box.

 

Information on SciSys  Model 501 Chess Champion Mark V (1981) Electronic Chess Computer
SciSys  Model 501 Chess Champion Mark V (1981) Electronic Chess Computer

Technical Specification

SciSys Chess Champion Mark V (1981)

SciSys  Model 501 Chess Champion Mark V (1981) Box
SciSys  Model 501 Chess Champion Mark V (1981) Computer Label
SciSys  Model 501 Chess Champion Mark V (1981) User Manual

Box

Computer Label

User Manual

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Schachcomputer.Info

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MANUFACTURER

PROGRAMMER

SciSys-W Limited

David Broughton & Mark Taylor

1800 USCF

1981

$595,00

1530 SSDF

Year:

MFR ELO:

Original Price:

Wiki ELO:

Model #:

501

My Serial #:

16080

Processor OEM

MOS Tech.

Processor:

6502A

Speed:

Type:

8 Bit

2 MHz

ROM:

32 KB

RAM:

16 KB

Battery Type:

Not Available

Power Adapter:

8V 5 Pin 600 mA

Display:

LCD Dot Matrix

Board Type:

LCD Chess Board

Overall Size:

Board Size:

3x3 in

10x13.1/2x1.3/4

Options Select:

Button Select

Play Levels:

Time Entry

Opening Book:

3700 Half moves

Take Back:

Complete Game

Position Setup:

Available

Position Verify:

Available

Move Analysis:

Display Info:

Available

Available

Solve Mate:

Mate in 7

Save Game:

Available

Ponder:

Available

Search Depth:

14 Ply Max.

Provide Hint:

Not Available

Teach Mode:

Not Available

Change Sides:

Available

Active Level:

TM Level:

3 Minutes

Infinite Level:

Analysis

30 Seconds

Game Features

Matchplay & Test ELO Ratings

Computer Game Rating

Rating Test

Other  Computer Chess Ratings

USCF

USCF

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Human Rating

USCF

CCR

CCNS 86

Ply

FIDE

USCF

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1654

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1612

1552

Class C Level Electronic Table Top Chess Computer!

Hardware Specification

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