Excalibur Karpov 2294 Chess Computer - picture taken from box
Anatoly Karpov caricature - picture taken from Karpov 2294 Box.
EXCALIBUR KARPOV 2294 ELECTRONIC CHESS COMPUTER
WHAT IS A CHESS COMPUTER?
A Chess Computer is a state-of-the-art chess board with real chess pieces and electronic circuits that respond to the position of the pieces on the board. This enables you to play a game against the computer at any time without the need of another person. Plus, with its unique memory-save function, you can turn off your computerized chess game and continue later without losing any positions.
Excerpt taken from the Excalibur Karpov 2294 box.
Anatoly Karpov endorsement - picture taken from Karpov 2294 Box.
MORE ABOUT EXCALIBUR IGOR ELECTRONIC CHESS COMPUTER
- 128 playing levels including Tournament, Sudden Death, Novice, Analytic and Mate Solve levels
- 32 KByte program working on an H8 RISC-style processor with 26.6 MHz system clock speed.
- Over 13,000 pre-stored openings from Master Chess Players.
- Full information LCD shows:
- Clock-times for both sides
- Expected continuation
- Take back up to 70 moves
- Mate announcement
- Intended move as well as position evaluation
- Computes on opponent's time and shows depth search in numbers of moves.
- Long term Memory Save remembers your previous game and is ready to resume play at any time. Can save your last game in memory for up to 1 month.
- Easy to use sensory board. Move indication through clearly arranged LED’s and on a large Liquid Crystal Display.
- Requires 6 C Batteries or AC ac adapter (Not included).
- Official 2294 USCF Rating.
- Set-up features allows computer to solve mate problems.
Excerpts taken from the Excalibur Karpov 2294 box.
Excalibur Karpov 2294 (1997)
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