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Soundic Pong Console TVG- SD-01

Made in Hong Kong and sold under various names, unfortunately, the name badge is missing off the front, so it may not be the Soundic badged model.

It could be any one of these machines, Academy, Hanimex, Sportsmaster, Maspelsports, Conic, ITMC, Acur, Telepartner or Univox

Whichever make it is, it dates from 1977, and has two detachable controllers, left and right score sliders, serve and game reset buttons, Bat size, serve, speed, angle and power switches. and then a knob which turns to Hockey, Squash, Practice or Tennis.

The display was a colour one, which is early for this type of console.

Manufacturer: Soundic
Date: 1977

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH47485. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Soundic Pong Console TVG- SD-01

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