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JS&A Chess Computer from 1978

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Here is another classic chess computer from the late 70s. The JS&A Chess Computer is powered by a Fairchild F8 8-bit processor (1.78 MHz) with 2kb ROM and 256 bytes RAM. It doesn’t have a sensory board but you can enter the moves with the buttons on it.

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This chess computer is famous due to the Kaprov challenge and legal trouble with Data Cash Systems. The above video shows it in action.

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