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Ingersoll XK400 Tele-Sports Mini TV Game

Mini TV Game from 1977 featuring four electronic action games: Tennis, Practice, Football and Squash.

The description from the side of the box states:

Authentic sports action with 4 exciting black and white games. Pro-Am switches allow player to vary ball speed, angle and bat size. Automatic on-screen digital scoring. Separate player controls allow players to sit up to 4 feet apart. Realistic action sounds through TV loudspeaker.

Manufacturer: Ingersoll
Date: 1977

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH18429. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Ingersoll XK400 Tele-Sports Mini TV Game

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