The Millennium ChessLink

Get ChessLink and enjoy expanded connectivity of your ChessGenius Exclusive by integrating tablet, PC, and other devices. Millennium originally introduced the beautiful wood cabinet ChessGenius Exclusive Chess Computer with expansion in mind for upgrades and new features. ChessLink connects Exclusive's already strong play experience, including autosensory piece recognition, to various devices via Bluetooth or USB. You'll be able to access powerful engines for analysis and online play.
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Get ChessLink and enjoy expanded connectivity of your ChessGenius Exclusive by integrating tablet, PC, and other devices. Millennium originally introduced the beautiful wood cabinet ChessGenius Exclusive Chess Computer with expansion in mind for upgrades and new features.

ChessLink connects Exclusive's already strong play experience, including autosensory piece recognition, to various devices via Bluetooth or USB. You'll be able to access powerful engines for analysis and online play.

For example, on IPhone and iPad, the app "Hiarcs Chess Explorer" by Mark Uniacke which offers, among other things, an adaptive game strength with display of the ELO value of the player. It reaches over 3000 ELO.

On Android devices, the app "Chess for Android" by Aart Bik has the ability to load UCI engines with future online play coming.

A powerful PC software is also in production.

That's just the beginning of how you can combine ChessLink with Exclusive and chart new territory with your chess experience!

**Note: Chess Link requires the Millenium ChessGenius Exclusive Chess Computer

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Computer Rating (USCF) 2600+
Batteries Required 9V (Included)
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