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Revelation II,
a dedicated chess computer system developed by Ruud Martin's Phoenix Chess Systems in cooperation with Digital Game Technology (DGT), first shipped as of December 2013 [1] as successor of Phoenix Chess Systems' Revelation [2]. Beside an upgraded XScale PXA320 32-bit processor at 800 MHz with now 128 MiB of RAM and 1 GiB non-volatile flash memory for firmware and engines, and wider OLED display, the primary innovation of the Revelation II is the DGT board technology featuring piece recognition. A wireless Bluetooth connection allows native engine or firmware updates, and due to the UCI server, also allows using the Revelation II as dedicated user interface for UCI engines running on a PC.
Revelation II [3]


Revelation II Version 3.09 Information display [4]

Chess Engines


Native Engines

Richard Lang Emulation

Misc Emulations

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Phoenix Chess Systems




  1. ^ Delivery starts... from Phoenix Chess Systems, December 07, 2013
  2. ^ Revelation Chess Board from Phoenix Chess Systems, May 08, 2008
  3. ^ Revelation II from Phoenix Revelation II | Flickr by Chewbanta
  4. ^ Version 3.09 Firmware Upgrade from Phoenix Revelation II | Flickr by Chewbanta
  5. ^ Revelation II from Schachcomputer.info Wiki (German)
  6. ^ Richard Lang Emulation from Phoenix Chess Systems, January 12, 2010

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