A cheap poorly specified machine sold in the UK in chain stores such as Woolworths. It had neither a sensory board nor LEDs to indicate the moves. As such it was a step back from the Chess Partner 2000 of three years before. Clearly an animal of the marketing department rather than R & D. They probably sold in large numbers, but apart from in Germany few seem to have survived the last 30 years.
Levels 1 to 8 are set by a slider beneath the display but the difference between level 1 and level 8 is minor, 4 secs and 20 secs according to the manual.