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About Fidelity Model 6095 Gambit Voice (1987) Electronic Chess Computer

FIDELITY GAMBIT VOICE MODEL 6095

Your GAMBIT VOICE CHESS CHALLENGER is designed for beginners to advanced players, with eight different skill levels for you to choose from. The synthesized voice feature announces moves for both you and the computer, enabling you to locate computer moves easily. The sensory playing surface enables the Gambit to sense all game moves while you play. Even if you are a seasoned chess player, it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with how the Gambit operates in the pages that follow in order to maximize your enjoyment of your chess companion. THESE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CAN ALSO BE USED WITH THE NON-VOICE GAMBIT MODEL 6084.

Excerpt taken from the Fidelity Gambit Voice user manual.

 

FIDELITY GAMBIT VOICE MODEL 6095 -  picture taken from user manual

FIDELITY GAMBIT VOICE MODEL 6095 -  picture taken from user manual

 

DIFFERENT FIDELITY GAMBIT VERSIONS

It seems that Fidelity Electronics came out with four Gambit Versions which program wise seem to be all the same. But there were some slight differences which you can see from the different photos. I am ordering them based on my Serial Numbers as follows:

VERSION 1 S/N # 63608410 MODEL # 6084: Gambit with a different Fidelity Emblem on the top of the computer and box is the same as Version 3. User Manual same but darker brown than Version 3.

VOICE VERSION S/N # 71212265 MODEL # 6095: This is the Gambit Voice. Optically the exactly the same as Version 2 and Version 3 but with speech. User Manual is the same as Version 2.

VERSION 2 S/N # 81412818 MODEL # 6084: Optically the same as Gambit Voice and Version 3. User Manual is the same as Gambit Voice. Box is the same as Gambit Voice, but it has a black tape across the front of the box with the words “Non-Voice Model Inside”. In addition the Serial Number is also shown on the side of the box as well as on the usual back of the computer label.

VERSION 3 S/N # 92558977 MODEL # 6084: Optically the same as Gambit Voice and Version 2. Box is the same as Version 1. User Manual is the same as Version 1 but lighter brown than Version 1.

 

Information on Fidelity Model 6095 Gambit Voice (1987) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6095 Gambit Voice (1987) Electronic Chess Computer

Technical Specification

Fidelity Gambit Voice (1987)

Fidelity Model 6095 Gambit Voice (1987) Box
Fidelity Model 6095 Gambit Voice (1987) Sensory Board and Sensory Game Control Buttons
Fidelity Model 6095 Gambit Voice (1987) User Manual

Box

Board & Controls

User Manual

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MANUFACTURER

PROGRAMMER

Fidelity International

Ron Nelson

1500 USCF

1987

$199,00

1300

Year:

MFR ELO:

Original Price:

Wiki ELO:

Model #:

6095

My Serial #:

71212265

Processor OEM

Intel

Processor:

80C50

Speed:

Type:

8 Bit

6 MHz

ROM:

4 KB

RAM:

256 Byte

Battery Type:

4 x C Cell

Power Adapter:

9V DC 350 mA +/-

Display:

16 Board LEDs

Board Type:

Press Sensory

Overall Size:

Board Size:

8x8 in

11x10.5/8x1.1/2

Options Select:

Button Select

Play Levels:

8

Opening Book:

100 Positions

Take Back:

2 Half Moves

Position Setup:

Available

Position Verify:

Available

Move Analysis:

Display Info:

Not Available

Not Available

Solve Mate:

Mate-in-2

Save Game:

Not Available

Ponder:

Available

Search Depth:

Not Known

Provide Hint:

Not Available

Teach Mode:

Not Available

Change Sides:

Available

Active Level:

TM Level:

7

Infinite Level:

8

4

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