a dedicated chess computer by Hegener & Glaser launched in 1991. The Rebel based 8-bit program by Ed Schröder runs on a 65C02 CMOS processor at 5MHz inside a 64 KiB ROM using 8 KiB of RAM. It is similar to the Mephisto Polgar program, but apparently, due to more extensions, has a slightly bigger branching factor.
Mephisto Nigel Short
The Mephisto Nigel Short was shipped in the UK in 1993 - on occasion of the 1993 PCA match between Garry Kasparov and Nigel Short - with an improved program and interchangeable ROM in otherwise identical hardware of the Milano .
- Tournoi Milano et clones by Alain Zanchetta, HIARCS Forum, August 10, 2009
- Mephisto milano and mephisto Nigel Short by ricard60, HIARCS Forum, December 17, 2009
- Mephisto Milano by SeamusORiley, HIARCS Forum, June 21, 2011
- Milano! by Reinfeld, HIARCS Forum, March 13, 2012
- Looking for Mephiso Milano / Nigel Short eProm by Frank Quisinsky, CCC, October 14, 2017
- Mephisto Milano (1991) Electronic Chess Computer, The Spacious Mind
- Mephisto Nigel Short (1993) Electronic Chess Computer, The Spacious Mind
- Mephisto Nigel Short by Mike Watters
- Mephisto Milano – Schachcomputer.info Wiki (German)
- Mephisto Nigel Short – Schachcomputer.info Wiki (German)
- Mephisto Nigel Short 65F02 100Mhz Testpartie - Schachcomputer Topschach.de (German), September 19, 2020
- Mephisto Milano from Kurt´s Schachcomputer Homepage by Kurt Kispert