Congratulations on purchasing your new Lexibook chess computer, which is specially designed to teach children and beginners how to play chess, and how to become better at it. The many features include:
- 64 different levels of difficulty and 4 different playing styles (normal, aggressive, defensive, and random), within:
- 5 different beginner levels for children and beginners, where the computer makes mistakes on purpose.
- 8 different normal playing levels for beginners to intermediate players, ranging from 5 seconds to several hours per move.
- Postal chess level — analyses up to 24 hours per move.
- Mate problem level — solves mate problems up to mate in 5 moves.
- Multi move level where beginners can play against each other while the computer checks that the moves are legal.
- Sensory playing board and LED’s — registers moves automatically when the pieces are pressed down on the FROM and TO squares, and shows the moves of the computer using LED’s.
- Take back feature — it is possible to undo mistakes and take back the last two moves.
- Move feature — learn by watching the computer play against itself.
- Opening library with 20 different chess openings.
- Detects mates, stalemates, draw by 50 move rule and draw by repetition.
- Thinks in the opponents time on the normal playing levels.
Excerpts taken from Lexibook “TRAVEL CHESS EXPLORER” User Manual.
This computer seems to be the Travel version of the LEXIBOOK CHESSMAN PRO.