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About Excalibur Model 5T 932WE Stiletto II Deluxe (1994) Electronic Chess Computer

EXCALIBUR STILETTO II DELUXE Electronic Chess Computer - picture taken from box

EXCALIBUR STILETTO II DELUXE Electronic Chess Computer - picture taken from box

 

A chess computer is a traditional board game with real chess pieces and electronic circuits which respond to the position of the pieces on the board.

An important benefit is that you can play a game against the computer when a human opponent is not available. You can do this at any time, and even switch off and start again later, because the computer will remember exactly the position in the game even when switched off.

If you are a beginner, Excalibur's advanced Teach Mode will help you learn about the game, it’s pieces and how they move.

Finally, don't think that you have no chance against the computer. All Excalibur computerized chess sets have many levels of difficulty. Even our most advanced model will give the absolute beginner a good chance of a win on the lower levels. As you improve and want a more challenging game, you simply increase the level of difficulty

 

EXCALIBUR STILETTO II DELUXE Electronic Chess Computer - picture taken from box

EXCALIBUR STILETTO II DELUXE Electronic Chess Computer - picture taken from box

 

MAIN EXCALIBUR STILETTO II DELUXE GAME CHARACTERISTICS

          • 72 levels of play.
          • Sensory chess board.
          • LED lamps indicate moves and other information.
          • Position verify.
          • Position set-up.
          • Take back moves.
          • Thinks on opponents time.
          • Long term memory.
          • Detects draws by 50 move rule, 3-fold repetition, stalemate.
          • Openings book.
          • Pawn promotion, castling & en passant captures.
          • Battery operated using 4 AA cells (not included).
          • Audible tone to indicated moves.
          • Solves mate-in-2 problems.
          • Long battery life.
          • ELO rating 1,400 (USA 1,500) (estimated).
          • Has teaching feature programmed into computer.

Excerpts taken out of the EXCALIBUR STILETTO II DELUXE box and user manual.

 

Information on Excalibur Model 5T 932WE Stiletto II Deluxe (1994) Electronic Chess Computer
Excalibur Model 5T 932WE Stiletto II Deluxe (1994) Electronic Chess Computer

Technical Specification

Excalibur Stiletto II Deluxe (1994)

Excalibur Model 5T 932WE Stiletto II Deluxe (1994) Box
Excalibur Model 5T 932WE Stiletto II Deluxe (1994) Computer Label
Excalibur Model 5T 932WE Stiletto II Deluxe (1994) User Manual

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Computer Label

User Manual

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MANUFACTURER

PROGRAMMER

Excalibur Electronics, Inc

David Levy/Mark Taylor

1500 USCF

1994

$79.95

Not Available

Year:

MFR ELO:

Original Price:

Wiki ELO:

Model #:

5T-932WE

My Serial #:

Not Available

Processor OEM

Timorite

Processor:

LSC412339P

Speed:

Type:

8 Bit

2 MHz

ROM:

4 KB

RAM:

192 Byte

Battery Type:

4 x AAA

Power Adapter:

6V DC +/-

Display:

16 Board LEDs

Board Type:

Press Sensory

Overall Size:

Board Size:

8x8 in

11.1/4x9.1/2x1

Options Select:

Button Select

Play Levels:

72

Opening Book:

250 Half Moves

Take Back:

2 Half Moves

Position Setup:

Available

Position Verify:

Available

Move Analysis:

Display Info:

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Solve Mate:

Not Known

Save Game:

Available

Ponder:

Not Available

Search Depth:

Not Known

Provide Hint:

Available

Teach Mode:

Not Available

Change Sides:

Available

Active Level:

TM Level:

LV 71

Infinite Level:

LV 72 (10 min)

LV 48

Hardware Specification

Game Features

Matchplay & Test ELO Ratings

Computer Game Rating

Rating Test

Other  Computer Chess Ratings

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