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Mentor Tele-Sports Electronic TV Game Console

A prolific board builder of the 1970's was Radofin, based in Hong Kong. Not only did they design and build their own machines, they also licensed the design for either re-badging or total redesign of which the Mentor tele-sports was one.
A traditional type of 'Pong' game set which includes:
Squash practice
Squash
Football and
Tennis. It has both amateur and professional variable settings.

Our machine with thge two hand sets is in very nice condition and has a serial number of 92949 and was very kindly donated by RetroComputers.Online

Manufacturer: Mentor
Date: 1977

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH28846. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 
Mentor Tele-Sports Electronic TV Game Console


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