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“NOVAG BELUGA” Electronic Chess Computer.

“NOVAG BELUGA” Electronic Chess Computer.

Picture taken from the Novag Beluga box.

MAIN NOVAG BELUGA CHARACTERISTICS

      • A wide range of features and an elegant SENSOR CHESSBOARD assure lasting playing pleasure.
      • Choose between 44 levels of difficulty to match your skill. Special Blitz, Speed and Tournament levels.
      • Brilliant new 16K Byte program and High Speed 16 MHz Energy Saving CMOS TECHNOLOGY.
      • Extensive opening book and fascinating middle and end game.
      • Offers the ability to foresee and announce check mate up to 7 complete moves ahead and its superb brain can solve up to mate-in-9 moves.
      • A multitude of special features can be chosen and displayed via the cleverly arranged Liquid Crystal Display, if desired.
      • 150 hours of challenging chess from 6 x AA alkaline batteries (not supplied). The optional NOVAG adapter 8210 can be used for long term economy.

Excerpts taken from the NOVAG Beluga Box.

Information

Novag Beluga (1990)

Novag Beluga (1990) Electronic Chess Computer

Box

Novag Beluga Electronic Chess Computer (1990) Box

Model: 903

Novag Beluga Electronic Chess Computer (1990) Model 903

User Manual

Novag Beluga Electronic Chess Computer (1990) User Manual

44 Levels of Play!

Technical Specifications

Manufacturer

Programmer

Novag

David Kittinger

Year:

1990

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Original Price

$195.00

Wiki ELO:

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Model #:

903

My Serial #:

006220

Processor Type

Speed

ROM

RAM

6301Y

8 Bit Single Chip

4 MHz (16 MHz)

16 KB

2 KB

Battery Operated:

6 AA Alkaline

Adapter Option:

9V, AC -/+

Display Type:

LCD 4 Pos, 7 Seg 16 Board LED’s

Board Type:

Push Sensory Board

Board Size:

7.3/4” x 7.3/4”

Overall Size:

9.1/4” x 11.1/4” x 1.1/8”

Move Entry

Options Selection

Playing Levels

Opening Library

Take Back Moves

Sensory Board

Push Button Control

44

3,000 Half Moves (Ply)

100 Half Moves (Ply)

Position Setup/Ver.

Display Move Info/Analysis

Solve Mate

Save Game/ Ponder

Hint/Teach Mode

Yes / Yes

Yes / Yes

Mate in 9

Yes / Yes

Yes / Yes

Active Level:

2 (60/30)

Tournament Level:

7

Infinite Level:

44

Game Information

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