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Bentley Compu-Vision


  • Four of the most popular, time-tested video arcade games ever designs - tennis, soccer, squash, & solo handball.
  • A self-contained system requiring no additional cartridges or expense.
  • Eight combinations of player-controlled skill settings regulating ball speeds, ball rebound angles, and raquet/player sized - ideal for beginners, intermediates, and tournament-level players.
  • 100% solid-state circuitry for the ultimate in reliability.
  • Realistic playing fields, including center nets, goals, walls, boundary lines, and movable raquets and players, all displayed electronically on TV screen.
  • Sturdy, durable construction for years of dependable service.
  • Two detachable master controls to enhance player comfort, convenience, and performance.
  • Switch box to allow instant switching between regular TV programming and TV video games.
  • Handsome, furniture-styled game console designed to fit tastefully into any room in your home.
  • Three action-packed electronic sounds with automatic, on-screen digital scoring to enhance game excitement.
  • Operation on four size-AA batteries (not included) or on optional AC/DC adapter (not included).
  • Clear, concise directions for easy hookup within minutes to any color or black & white TV - without professional help.

Manufacturer: Bentley
Date: 1983

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