Electronic Chess Computers – King height: 3.750 ( 3 3/4")

Electronic chess sets will play chess with you! Great when no one else is around to play chess, right? Plus there's no eye strain or screen time! You can enjoy moving real pieces while the computer coaches, provides tips, follows the rules, and adapts to your level.

While you play, press lightly on the squares as you move the pieces. The computer senses this, "thinks" on its turn and tells you what to move.


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Available computers span all playing levels

For beginners or kids who need a starter computer, we recommend the Chess Master II.

The most popular computer currently is Millennium's Chess Genius Pro with offers enhancements to the Chess Genius released a year earlier.

There are amazing peripheral DGT Electronic chessboards to extend your PC chess software to the real chess board.

If you're adventurous and budget is not of primary concern, there's the ultimate creation, the Revelation II.


How to setup and play a custom chess position on Genius Pro [example video]

This video will give you an idea of how to setup a custom position on a chess computer to then play against the computer intelligence from that game position. There are many reasons you may want to do this.

Electronic Chess Parts and Manuals

Some parts and accessories are available here.

We have sold numerous models over the decades. If you're looking for digital PDF manuals for a specific computer even Mephisto and Novag models, you might find it on the Electronic Chess Manuals (and programs) page.

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"Here's my favorite demo board for leading a chess class. Easy to see pieces. Easy to move pieces. Love having the red stars to highlight squares... can even pull out the dowel in the bottom edge of the demo board to use as a pointer when talking about diagonals, ranks, files, etc!"

Elliott Neff, author of a Pawn's Journey