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M > MBO > Tele-Ball III     


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Tele-Ball III

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 III is thus very similar to the original Tele-Ball or Tele-Ball II, offering only the 4 classic pong games in black & white. As usual with MBO, the different systems are quite different cosmectically, but very close in termes of functionality.

The dial on the front panel is used to select the different games. Then 6 switches are used to select the different game options. Two red buttons acts as Reset button and Manual Service.

All in all, not a very exciting pong system...

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NAME  Tele-Ball III
MANUFACTURER  MBO
ORIGIN  Germany
YEAR  ? 1977
BUILT IN GAMES  Tennis, Hockey, Handball, Practice
CONTROLLErsc  Two detachable controllers with knobs/dials
CPU  AY-3-8500 from General Instruments ?
BUTTONS  Reset, Manual Service
SWITCHES  Speed fast/slow, Ball angle 20°/40°, Bat size large/small, Service auto/manual
SCORE  On screen
COLOrsc  No
SOUND  Built-in speaker
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output, power in
BATTERIES  Yes (specs unknown)
POWER SUPPLY  External power supply (specs unknown)
GUN  No
PRICE  Unknown


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