FIDELITY WELCOME MESSAGE

FIDELITY WELCOME MESSAGE

Used by Fidelity Electronics in some of their product catalogs

 

FIDELITY ELECTRONICS was formed in 1959 in Chicago, Illinois and sometime later moved to Miami, Florida. Originally Fidelity produced medical equipment and also imported hearing aids from Austria.

In 1968 Sidney Samole became General Manager at Fidelity and by 1970 he had bought out all the other shareholders thereby becoming sole owner and president.

 

Sidney Samole - President of Fidelity Electronics

Sidney Samole - President of Fidelity Electronics

 

At some point during 1976 as Sidney was watching with fascination a Star Trek episode in which Mister Spock was playing chess against a ship computer, the idea for creating a dedicated chess computer was formed after spending a restless night thinking excitedly about this Star Trek episode.

The next day he discussed his thoughts with his secretary who after hearing his ideas informed him that her husband was working on a chess program as a hobby in his spare time. Upon hearing this news Sidney of course immediately employed this person. His name was Ron Nelson.

Ron Nelson went on to write for Fidelity all the chess programs for the early range of chess computers.

Finally in January 1977, Fidelity was ready to show to the world the world's first dedicated chess computer the FIDELITY CHESS CHALLENGER 1.

The Chess Challenger 1 had many faults, it was a very weak program and very user unfriendly. But it started the dedicated chess computer era. It was quickly replaced by Chess Challenger 3 which went on to enjoy huge worldwide sales.

Fidelity used this success to quickly establish themselves as the worlds premier chess computer manufacturer and in the years that followed launched a large continuously improved range of excellent machines.

Meanwhile Ron Nelson who had proven to have great abilities in the hardware side of chess computers began working more in production and engineering.

Fidelity wanting to ensure their status as the top manufacturer successfully engaged Dan and Kathe Spracklen, who joined their Team sometime in 1979, after having recently terminated their relationship with Chafitz Inc.

 

Kathe & Dan Spracklen

Kathe & Dan Spracklen

Programmers of the World Famous Sargon Chess.

 

Success for the Spracklen’s at Fidelity was immediate after entering their first Fidelity project the Fidelity Chess Challenger X into the 1st World Microcomputer Chess Championship (WMCCC) in 1980. Where it won the tournament and became the 1st World Microcomputer Champion with a perfect score of five wins in five games.

Fidelity and the Spracklen’s went on to win the first four World Microcomputer Chess Championships that were held before they had to concede the crown to Hegener & Glaser’s Mephisto computers and programmer Richard Lang. Fidelity were never able to win another World Microcomputer Chess Championship after this.

First 4 World Microcomputer Chess Championships (WMCCC):

  1. 1980 London      Fidelity Chess Challenger X
  2. 1981 Travemünde  Fidelity X (Open Grouo), CC Mark V (Commercial Group)
  3. 1983 Budapest    Fidelity Elite X (A/S Budapest)
  4. 1984 Glasgow     Fidelity Elite X, Conchess X, Mephisto III-S Glasgow, Psion

By the late 1980s the sales for dedicated chess computers began to decline due increasing competition from Home Micro PCs and rapidly improving software which was sold at a fraction of the cost of a comparably skilled dedicated chess computer.

Finally in 1989 after having made some huge financial losses Fidelity Electronics was sold to their major competitor out of Germany, Hegener & Glaser.

Fidelity continued to make large losses in North America until finally Hegener & Glaser decided to completely close the Fidelity operations in 1992.

The last computer produced by Fidelity may have been a Chess Mate or Avanti. In either case both machines were very poor efforts when compared to the many great machines produced during the Fidelity glory days.

 

Challenger Series product brochure from 1980/81Challenger Series product brochure from 1980/81

Challenger Series product brochure from 1980/81

 

WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF THE FUTURE BROUGHT TO YOU BY FIDELITY

The CHALLENGER series of microprocessor based games utilizes all solid state electronic circuitry. The Brain, or thinking part of the electronics is a mini-computer (or more technically a micro-computer).

A little more than ten years ago, the CHALLENGERS, in their present compact size, would not have been possible. Computers were too big and the resultant product would be clumsy, costly and impractical.

The development of solid-state electronic components made small size possible. But the most significant breakthrough was the invention of the chip. The single chip micro-computer came on the scene in 1971. It contains all the elements of a near room-sized computer on one chip of silicon less than one-fifth of an inch square and only a few thousands of an inch thick. Just a few years ago, a comparable system would have required more than 20,000 transistors and related components at a cost of more than $10,000.

The chip can be programmed to perform many different functions. A CHALLENGER game is a complex device comprised of a chip -- we call it the Central Processing Unit -- and numerous other components that work together to digest the information provided as input by the human player, and to ultimately reach conclusions as directed by programmed instructions.
The programmed instructions contain both the rules of the game and the strategy of play. For example, a CHESS CHALLENGER no only responds to your move, it also it also investigates all of the possible moves and counter-moves and then selects its best response based on a plus or minus points factor. The level of play function, which the player selects, instructs the computer how many moves and counter moves it is permitted to examine for that particular level. Thus, the level of difficulty (or capability) is restricted to accommodate your own experience or ability at playing the game.

Think of it this way: Whereas a calculator will always give the same response to a given input, the CHALLENGER'S computer thinks of the probabilities before making a decision.

Excerpt taken from the back of a Fidelity Challenger brochure.

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CC3 - 1977

Challenger 3

Fidelity Model CC3 Chess Challenger 3 (1977) Electronic Chess Computer

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6137 - 1992

Avanti

Fidelity Model 6137 Avanti (1992) Electronic Chess Computer

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CC1 - 1977

Challenger 1

Fidelity Model CC1 Chess Challenger 1 (1977) Electronic Chess Computer

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CC7 - 1979

Challenger 7 - I

Fidelity Model CC7 Chess Challenger 7 - I (1979) Electronic Chess Computer

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CHALLENGER computerized games that challenge YOU!

CHALLENGER computerized games that challenge YOU!

Picture take from a 1979/80 Fidelity product brochure.

BCC - 1980

CCX - 1978

CCX - 1979

Challenger 7 - III

Challenger 10A

Challenger 10B - I

Fidelity Model BCC Chess Challenger 7 - III (1980) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model CCX Chess Challenger 10 Version A (1978) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model CCX Chess Challenger 10 Version B - I (1979) Electronic Chess Computer

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UVC - 1979

6136 -1992

6116 - 1990

6120 - 1990

Challenger Voice Advanced

Chess Mate

Chess Pal

Chesster Challenger

Fidelity Model UVC Chess Challenger Voice Advance (1979) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6136 Chess Mate (1992) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6116 Chess Pal (1990) Electronic Chess Computer

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Fidelity Model 6120 Chesster Challenger (1990) Electronic Chess Computer

CC3 - 1977

Challenger 3 Upgrade

Fidelity Model CC3 Chess Challenger 3 Upgrade (1977) Electronic Chess Computer

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6115 - 1990

Chess Card

Fidelity Model 6115 Chess Card (1990) Electronic Travel Chess Computer

Travel

Fidelity Chess Challenger

Fidelity Chess Challenger

Picture taken from a Fidelity Designer box.

FIDELITY CHESS CHALLENGER

In early 1976, the concept of making a commercially available chess computer was first conceived by FIDELITY. A prototype was built. U. S. Patent # 4235442 was issued, and the first unit was introduced in January 1977. Both the prototype and the first commercially available unit were inducted in the Hall of Fame by the United States Chess Federation on May 20, 1988 at New Windsor, New York.

Since 1977 CHESS CHALLENGER has won the first four World Microcomputer Chess Championships, every United States Computer Chess Open and currently holds the highest certified rating of any computer chess program. FIDELITY is the only American computer chess manufacturer and from its home in Miami, Florida distributes products in over 60 countries around the world.

Excerpt taken from a Fidelity Chess Computer box.

6124 - 1990

6126 - 1990

6099 - 1988

Chesster Phantom

Chesster Phantom Eyeball

Computachess IV

Fidelity Model 6124 Chess Chesster Phantom (1990) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6126 Chesster Phantom Eyeball (1990) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6099 Chess Computachess IV (1988) Electronic Chess Computer

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Family playing against a Fidelity Chess Challenger 7

Family playing against a Fidelity Chess Challenger 7

Picture take from a 1979/80 Fidelity product brochure. This photo is also on the front of the Fidelity Chess Challenger 7 box.

6111 - 1988

6102 - 1988

6105 - 1989

6103 - 1988

6106 - 1988

Designer 1500 Chess Coach

Designer 2000

Designer 2000 Display

Designer 2100

Designer 2100 Display

Fidelity Model 6111 Designer 1500 Chess Coach (1988) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6102 Designer 2000 (1988) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6105 Designer 2000 Display (1989) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6103 Designer 2100 (1988) Electronic Chess Computer

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Fidelity Model 6106 Designer 2100 Display (1988) Electronic Chess Computer

6113 - 1989

6120 - 1990

6119 - 1990

Designer 2265 Master

Designer 2325 Master

Eldorado

Fidelity Model 6113 Designer 2265 Master (1988) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6120 Designer 2325 Master (1990) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6119 Eldorado (1990) Electronic Chess Computer

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FIDELITY DECORATOR CHALLENGER

FIDELITY DECORATOR CHALLENGER

Picture taken from a Fidelity product brochure.

EWC - 1984

EAS-C - 1984

EAS-C-V11 - 2001

EAG - 1985

6081 - 1986

Elite A/S Budapest

Elite A/S Glasgow

Elite A/S Version 11

Elite Avant-Garde

Elite A/G Mobile Master

Fidelity Model EWC Elite A/S Budapest (1984) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model EAS-C Elite A/S Glasgow (1984) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model EAS-C-V11 Elite A/S Version 11 (1985) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model EAG Elite Avant-Garde (1985) Electronic Chess Computer

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Fidelity Model 6081 Elite A/G Mobile Master (1986) Electronic Chess Computer

6088 - 1988

6114 - 1989

6131 - 1990

Elite Avant-Garde 2100

Elite Avant-Garde Version 2

Elite Premiere

Fidelity Model 6088 Elite Avant-Garde 2100 (1988) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6114 Elite Avant-Garde Version 2 (1989) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6131 Elite Premiere (1990) Electronic Chess Computer

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CHESS CHALLENGER 10

CHESS CHALLENGER 10

Taken from a Challenger Series product brochure from 1979/80.

6097 - 1988

6098 - 1988

6093 - 1987

EP12 - 1985

6080 - 1986

Excel 68000 Mach IIC+ LA

Excel 68000 Mach III Master

Excel Display

Excellence I

Excellence II

Fidelity Model 6097 Excel 68000 Mach IIC+ LA (1988) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6098 Excel 68000 Mach III Master (1988) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6093 Excel Display (1987) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model EP12 Excellence I Model EP12 (1985) Electronic Chess Computer

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Fidelity Model 6080 Excellence II Model  6080 (1986) Electronic Chess Computer
FIDELITY DESIGNER SERIES

FIDELITY DESIGNER SERIES

Picture taken from a Fidelity Designer box.

DESIGNER SERIES

The DESIGNER SERIES CHESS CHALLENGER COMPUTERS, continues FIDELITY’s championship software with the elegance and sleek styling of Italian design.

This design was created by the famous FRANCO ROCCO DESIGN STUDIO of Milan, Italy. Signor Rocco is an accomplished architect and sculptor, who excels in creating a fascinating blend of form and function. Each Designer Model carries the signature of his studio and the beauty of his artistry. His concept of a chess board within a chess board creates another dimension while retaining the integrity of this ancient game. The critics have acclaimed his design as attaining the look of Hi-Fashion, Hi-Tech, or a combination of both.

FIDELITY is proud to present this new series for your pleasure and enjoyment.

Excerpt taken from a Fidelity Designer Chess Computer box.

6084 - 1986

6108 - 1989

Gambit I

Genesis

Fidelity Model 6084 Gambit I (1986) Electronic Chess Computer

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Fidelity Model 6108 Genesis (1989) Electronic Chess Computer
CHESS CHALLENGER 7

CHESS CHALLENGER 7

Taken from a Challenger Series product brochure from 1979/80.

6127 - 1990

6125 - 1991

6125 - 1992

Kishon Chesster Challenger

Little Chesster Challenger I

Little Chesster Challenger II

Fidelity Model 6127 Kishon Chesster Challenger (1990) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6125 Little Chesster Challenger I - 25 Levels (1991) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6125 Little Chesster Challenger II - 33 Levels (1992) Electronic Chess Computer

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6096 - 1987

Micro Chess Challenger I

Travel

Fidelity Model 6096 Micro Chess Challenger I (1987) Electronic Travel Chess Computer

6096 - 1988

Micro Chess Challenger II

Travel

Fidelity Model 6096 Micro Chess Challenger II (1988) Electronic Travel Chess Computer

SC6 - 1982

Sensory Challenger 6

Fidelity Model SC6 Sensory Challenger 6 (1982) Electronic Chess Computer

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FIDELITY ELECTRONIC, LTD

FIDELITY ELECTRONIC, LTD

This picture is taken from the top of the Fidelity Chess Challenger 10 carrying case.

SCC - 1980

SC9 - 1982

CC8 - 1985

Sensory Challenger 8

Sensory Challenger 9

Sensory Challenger Classic A

Fidelity Model SCC Sensory Challenger 8 (1980) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model SC9 Sensory Challenger 9 (1982) Electronic Chess Computer

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Fidelity Model CC8 Sensory Challenger Classic A (1985) Electronic Chess Computer
We're Proud We're Number One

We're Proud We're Number One

A Fidelity Challenger certificate which was included in the boxes of Challenger series chess computers 1980/1981.

6079 - 1986

6079D - 1987

6092 - 1987

Sensory Challenger Classic B

Sensory Challenger Classic C

Excellence Voice

Fidelity Model 6079 Sensory Challenger Classic B (1986) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6079D Sensory Challenger Classic C (1987) Electronic Chess Computer

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Fidelity Model 6092 Excellence Voice (1987) Electronic Chess Computer

SU9 - 1983

Super 9

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Fidelity Model SU9 Super 9 (1983) Electronic Chess Computer

DS9 - 1984

USCF - 1984

Super 9 De Luxe

U.S. Chess Federation Special

Fidelity Model DS9 Super 9 De Luxe (1984) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model USCF U.S. Chess Federation Special (1984) Electronic Chess Computer

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6087 - 1986

Silver Bullet

Travel

Fidelity Model 6087 Silver Bullet (1986) Electronic Travel Chess Computer
VOICE CHESS CHALLENGER

VOICE CHESS CHALLENGER

Taken from a Challenger Series product brochure from 1979/80

Fidelity Electronics Plug-In Cartridges

CB9 - 1982

CB 9 Chess Book Cartridge

Chess Openings Cartridge

Fidelity Model CB9 Chess Book Cartridge (1982) Electronic Computer Chess Openings Cartridge

CB16 - 1982

CB 16 Chess Book Cartridge

Chess Openings Cartridge

Fidelity Model CB16 Chess Book Cartridge (1982) Electronic Computer Chess Openings Cartridge

CGG - 1982

Greatest Chess Games

Chess Games Cartridge

Fidelity Model CGG Greatest Games Cartridge (1982) Electronic Computer Chess Greatest Games Cartridge

CAC - 1982

Mini Sensory Advanced

Chess Openings Cartridge

Fidelity Model CAC Mini Sensory Advanced Chess (1982) Electronic Computer Chess Openings Cartridge

CB6 - 1982

Mini Sensory Book Openings

Chess Openings Cartridge

Fidelity Model CB6 Mini Sensory Book Openings (1982) Electronic Computer Chess Openings Cartridge

EOA - 1984

Challenger Book Openings A

Chess Openings Cartridge

Fidelity Model EOA Challenger Book Openings A (1984) Electronic Computer Chess Openings Cartridge

EOB - 1984

Challenger Book Openings B

Chess Openings Cartridge

Fidelity Model EOB Challenger Book Openings B (1984) Electronic Computer Chess Openings Cartridge

EOC - 1984

Challenger Book Openings C

Chess Games Cartridge

Fidelity Model EOC Challenger Book Openings C (1984) Electronic Computer Chess Openings Cartridge

EOD - 1984

Challenger Book Openings D

Chess Openings Cartridge

Fidelity Model EOD Challenger Book Openings D (1984) Electronic Computer Chess Openings Cartridge

EOE - 1984

Challenger Book Openings E

Chess Openings Cartridge

Fidelity Model EOE Challenger Book Openings E (1984) Electronic Computer Chess Openings Cartridge
Fidelity Electronics Peripherals

FP - 1980

Challenger Thermal Printer

Fidelity Model FP Electronics Challenger Thermal Printer (1980) for Challenger Series Electronic Chess Computers

Printer

IFP - 1983

Impact Printer

Fidelity Model IFP Electronics Impact Printer (1980) for Electronic Chess Computers

Printer

A FIDELITY INTERNATIONAL Mission Statement

A FIDELITY INTERNATIONAL Mission Statement

Picture taken from a Fidelity Chess Computer box.

Fidelity Challenger

Fidelity Challenger

Advertisement taken from a Fidelity product catalog.

BKC - 1979

Backgammon Challenger

Fidelity Model BKC Backgammon Challenger (1979) Electronic Backgammon Computer Game

Backgammon Game

BB - 1980

Bridge Bidder

Fidelity Model BB Bridge Bidder (1980) Electronic Bridge Computer Game

Bridge Game

BRC - 1979

Bridge Challenger

Fidelity Model BRC Bridge Challenger (1979) Electronic Bridge Computer Game

Bridge Game

VBRC - 1980

Bridge Challenger Voice

Fidelity Model VBRC Bridge Challenger Voice (1980) Electronic Bridge Computer Game

Bridge Game

BV3 - 1985

Bridge Challenger 3 Voice

Fidelity Model BV3 Bridge Challenger 3 Voice (1985) Electronic Bridge Computer Game

Bridge Game

7002 - 1986

Bridge Challenger

Fidelity Model 7002 Bridge Challenger (1986) Electronic Bridge Computer Game

Bridge Game

7016 - 1990

Bridge Challenger Deluxe

Fidelity Model 7016 Bridge Challenger Deluxe (1990) Electronic Bridge Computer Game

Bridge Game

7017 - 1990

Bridge Challenger

Fidelity Model 7017 Bridge Challenger (1990) Electronic Bridge Computer Game

Bridge Game

7018 - 1990

Bridge Challenger

Fidelity Model 7018 Bridge Challenger (1990) Electronic Bridge Computer Game

Bridge Game

ACR - 1978

Checker Challenger

Fidelity Model ACR Checker Challenger (1978) Electronic Checkers Computer Game

Checkers Game

CR - 1979

Checker Challenger

Fidelity Model CR Checker Challenger (1979) Electronic Checkers Computer Game

Checkers Game

7006 - 1990

Gammon Pal

Fidelity Model 7006 Gammon Pal (1990) Electronic Backgammon Computer Game

Backgammon Game

8004 - 1987

Micro Backgammon

Fidelity Model 8004 Micro Backgammon Challenger (1990) Electronic Travel Backgammon Computer Game

Backgammon Travel Game

RSC - 1981

Reversi Sensory Challenger

Fidelity Model RSC Reversi Sensory Challenger (1981) Electronic Reversi (Othello) Computer Game

Reversi Game

Fidelity Challenger Series

Fidelity Challenger Series

Advertisement taken from a Fidelity product leaflet.

Other Fidelity Electronics Games

6118 - 1990

Tiny Chess Challenger

Travel

Fidelity Model 6118 Tiny Chess Challenger (1990) Electronic Travel Chess Computer

6122 - 1991

Travel Master

Travel

Fidelity Model 6122 Travel Master (1991) Electronic Travel Chess Computer

CSC - 1981

VSC - 1980

Sensory Challenger Champion

Sensory Challenger Voice

Fidelity Model CSC Sensory Challenger Champion (1981) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model VSC Sensory Challenger Voice (1980) Electronic Chess Computer

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SE12 - 1984

6086 - 1986

Sensory Challenger 12

Sensory Challenger 12B

Fidelity Model SE 12 Sensory Challenger 12 (1984) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6086 Sensory Challenger 12B (1986) Electronic Chess Computer

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6083 - 1989

6100 - 1988

Par Excellence III

Phantom

Fidelity Model 6083 Par Excellence III (1989) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6100 Phantom (1988) Electronic Chess Computer

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6121 - 1991

Marauder

Fidelity Model 6121 Marauder (1991) Electronic Chess Computer

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6095 - 1987

Gambit Voice

Fidelity Model 6095 Gambit Voice (1987) Electronic Chess Computer

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6080 - 1988

Excellence IV

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Fidelity Model 6080 Excellence IV Model  6080 (1988) Electronic Chess Computer

SC12 - 1984

Sensory Challenger 12

Fidelity Model SC12 Sensory Challenger 12 (1984) Electronic Chess Computer

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FRANCO ROCCO DESIGN STUDIO designed the Designer Series computer.

FRANCO ROCCO DESIGN STUDIO designed the Designer Series computer.

Picture taken from a Fidelity Chess Computer box.

6107 - 1987

Mini Chess Challenger III

Travel

Fidelity Model 6107 Mini Chess Challenger III (1987) Electronic Travel Chess Computer

6083 - 1986

Par Excellence I

Fidelity Model 6083 Par Excellence I (1986) Electronic Chess Computer

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6083 - 1987

Par Excellence II

Fidelity Model 6083 Par Excellence II (1987) Electronic Chess Computer

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MSC - 1981

Mini Chess Challenger I

Travel

Fidelity Model MSC Mini Chess Challenger I (1981) Electronic Travel Chess Computer

6052 - 1982

Mini Chess Challenger II

Travel

Fidelity Model MSC Mini Chess Challenger II (1982) Electronic Travel Chess Computer

6084 - 1988

6084 - 1989

Gambit II

Gambit III

Fidelity Model 6084 Gambit II (1988) Electronic Chess Computer
Fidelity Model 6084 Gambit III (1989) Electronic Chess Computer

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6094 - 1987

6097 - 1987

Excel 68000 Mach I

Excel 68000 Mach IIb

Fidelity Model 6094 Excel 68000 Mach I (1987) Electronic Chess Computer

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Fidelity Model 6097 Excel 68000 Mach IIb (1988) Electronic Chess Computer

6085 - 1986

EAS - 1983

Elegance Version B

Elite A/S

Fidelity Model 6085 Elegance Version B (1986) Electronic Chess Computer

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Fidelity Model EAS Elite A/S (1983) Electronic Chess Computer

FCC - 1981

6104 - 1988

Decorator Challenger

Designer 1500

Fidelity Model FCC Decorator Challenger (1981) Electronic Chess Computer

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Fidelity Model 6104 Designer 1500 (1988) Electronic Chess Computer

UCC10 - 1978

UVC - 1979

Challenger 10 Upgrade

Challenger Voice

Fidelity Model UCC10 Chess Challenger 10 Upgrade (1978) Electronic Chess Computer

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Fidelity Model UVC Chess Challenger Voice (1979) Electronic Chess Computer

CC7 - 1979

Challenger 10B - II

Fidelity Model CCX Chess Challenger 10 Version B - II (1979) Electronic Chess Computer

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CC7 - 1979

Challenger 7 - II

Fidelity Model CC7 Chess Challenger 7 - II (1979) Electronic Chess Computer

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