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MBO
Tele-Ball

MBO, a popular German electronics manufacturer, produced a large serie of pong systems named "tele-ball" with numbers ranging from 1 to 9. Though they had some cosmetic differences, all these systems were very close to each other in terms of functionality.

The Tele-Ball is the most basic system of the whole range, offering only the 4 classic pong games in black & white.

The two big silver dials on the front panel are used to switch the system on/off and to select games.

The Tele-Ball IV is the colour version of the original Tele-Ball, with the four same games in colour. It even uses the same plastic case with minor differences.

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Thanks to Toon Collection for the picture

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NAME  Tele-Ball
MANUFACTURER  MBO
ORIGIN  Germany
YEAR  ? 1977
BUILT IN GAMES  Tennis, Hockey, Handball, Practice
CONTROLLERS  Two detachable controllers with knobs/dials
CPU  AY-3-8500 from General Instruments ?
BUTTONS  Reset ?
SWITCHES  Speed fast/slow, Ball angle 20°/40°, Bat size large/small, Service auto/manual
SCORE  On screen
COLORS  No
SOUND  Built-in speaker
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output, power in
BATTERIES  6 x 1,5v UM-2 batteries
POWER SUPPLY  Unknown
GUN  No
PRICE  Unknown


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