Novag Citrine

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Novag Citrine [1]

Novag Citrine,
a dedicated chess computer by Novag, released in November 2006. It comes with a wooden sensory board with square LEDs and separate LCD based on the Novag Universal Electronic Chess Board, and further a H8/3687 processor at 20 MHz running a David Kittinger program in 56 KiB of ROM using only 3 KiB of RAM, and a serial RS-232 interface to connect it to a host computer running chess engines or GUIs.

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