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Luxor
Sportsman 2001

This system is very similar to the Sportron systems but it's got a different internal chip: A National Seminconductor chip which allows the games to be selected by pressing one button. So it's very efficient. Just one button and 2 switches.

It's a color system. The case was designed to incorporate a speaker but the chip allows the sound to come out of the TV speaker so there is no internal speaker inside the system.

Pads are fixed by scratch pieces.

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I got one Luxor Sportsman 2001 at home. Its hard to find info about it.

Whats its valued? Was it popular?

          
Thursday 17th February 2011
Polacko (Sweden)

Perhaps it would render a slightly higher price in Sweden beeing a "Luxor"?? Not into collecting these things myself, so I wouldn't know though...

          
Friday 7th May 2004
mort (Lund, Sweden)

Not much... I'm afraid... :-(

          
Tuesday 28th January 2003
Olivier (France)

 

NAME  Sportsman 2001
MANUFACTURER  Luxor
ORIGIN  Europe
YEAR  Unknown
BUILT IN GAMES  Hockey, Squash, Tennis
CONTROLLERS  2 detachable paddles with Reset button
CPU  57105-N from National Semiconductor
BUTTONS  Game selection
SWITCHES  1 or 2 players, Power on/off
SCORE  On screen
COLORS  Yes
SOUND  Through TV speaker
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output
BATTERIES  12 x 1.5v
POWER SUPPLY  18v DC
GUN  No




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