This is a German pong system. All the texts are written in German.
It's a handheld pong type: one of the paddles includes the systems hardware and is used by the first player. The second paddle is connected to the first one and is used by the second player. It could easily be disconnected and was very small (1/3 of the main parts size). As it was not hardwired, it was easily lost.
This pong system has got an interesting feature: an On/Off switch for sound that allowed the players to turn off the incredibly realistic but boring "bip-bip" without having to cover the speaker with rubber tape...
This is one of several handheld pong systems sold back then, like the Hanimex 683 for example.
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BUILT IN GAMES
Soccer, Tennis, Squash , Squash practice
2 paddles with no fire button
General Instruments AY-3-8500
Ball speed Pro/Am, Ball angle Pro/Am, Paddle Size Pro/Am, Power on/off, Service Manual/Auto, Sound on/off