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Novag Micro II (1982)

Novag Micro II the World’s smallest, fully functional chess computer with sensory chess board!

    • NOVAG’s renowned Sensor Technology easy-to-use.
    • Plays 20 hours with 1 set of batteries or with an adapter (not included).
    • New strong program that knows the international chess rules including “En Passant”, “Castling” and “Pawn Promotion”.
    • Announces check, stalemate and checkmate.
    • Change levels during the game.
    • One tournament level.
    • The computer can play against itself.
    • Easy take-back of 2 half-moves.
    • Simple board and problem solving set-up.
    • Solves all Mate-in-2.
Information

Novag Micro II (1982)

Novag Micro II (1982)

Box

Novag Micro II (1982) Box

Push Button Controls

Novag Micro II (1982) Push Button Controls

User Manual

Novag Micro II (1982) User Manual

8 Levels of play

Technical Specifications

Manufacturer

Programmer

Novag

David Kittinger

Year:

1982

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Original Price

$195.00

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Model #:

Micro II

My Serial #:

801076

Processor Type

Speed

ROM

RAM

8049

8 Bit Single Chip

1 MHz

2 KB

128 Byte

Battery Operated:

6 x AA

Adapter Option:

+9V 100 mA

Display Type:

16 Coordinate LED’s

Board Type:

Sensory Peg Board

Board Size:

3.1/4” x 3.1/4”

Overall Size:

4.7/8” x 6.7/8” x 1.1/2”

Move Entry

Options Selection

Playing Levels

Opening Library

Take Back Moves

Peg Sensory Board

Push Buttons

8

Limited

2 Half Moves

Position Setup/Ver.

Display Move Info/Analysis

Solve Mate

Save Game/ Ponder

Hint/Teach Mode

Yes / Yes

Yes / No

Mate in 2

Yes / No

Yes / No

Active Level:

4 = 10-45sec

Tournament Level:

6

Infinite Level:

8

Game Information

Schachcomputer.Info

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Tournament Games (180s:1 or 40/2 hrs)

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