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  • {{Template:Infobox console ...any. It has a very basic design, with the controllers detacheable from the console.
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  • {{Template:Infobox console : Featured 6 variations of Pong.
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  • Typical pong clone with a small, flat design, sold in Germany by several Companies. This Very common Pong made in Hong Kong and sold by Sanwa in Germany.
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  • ...erton_electronic_logo.png|230px|right]]A german company which started with Pong consoles and brought us the quite famous (in Europe) [[Interton VC 4000|VC ==Pong consoles==
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  • ...console. Nearly all of these new games were based on General Instrument's "Pong-on-a-chip". However, General Instrument had underestimated demand, and ther
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  • ...e consoles produced by [[Coleco]] from 1976 to 1978. Starting with Telstar Pong clone based on General Instrument's [[AY-3-8500]] chip in 1976, there were ...Pong variants (hockey, handball, tennis), two paddle controllers fixed on console. This was the very first game to use the AY-3-8500 chip.
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  • ...as the label of the German mailorder company Quelle which released several Pong machines. This is a bit rarer than the other Universum Pong systems.
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  • It's a rare german console sold in Germany known as the Mr. Altus. It is based on the Philips Signetic [[Category:Pong Console]]
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  • ...uded. 2 extra controllers came with the German system to allow playing the Pong games.The steering controllers were not very solid so they broke quite fast ...Mustang and is a clone of the American [[RCA Studio II]] console. It plays Pong style games and has built in keyboard controllers. There are some games bui
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  • Conic produced a lot of pong systems between 1977 and 1978. ...sic pong system which uses the GI AY-3-8500 chip, thus playing the 4 basic pong games (without the two shooting games)
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  • German manufacturer, also written as Koerting which produced rather large Pong systems. Their products were sold only in Germany by Neckermann. {{Template:Infobox console
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  • The Prinztronic Tournament Mini is a smaller hand held/home console from 1977. [[Category:Pong Console]]
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  • {{Template:Infobox console |image = [[Image:Magnavox-Odyssey-Console.jpg|230px]]
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  • ...ics of Studio II games were black and white and resembled those of earlier Pong consoles and their clones. ...elevision, and what was to become one of the largest game libraries of any console to date.
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  • {{Template:Infobox console ...were produced for the system, plus Rocket Patrol, which was built into the console. With the notable exception of Space Destroyers, which was a Space Invaders
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  • {{Template:Infobox console |Predecessor = [[Atari Pong]]
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  • *[[Game and Console Cleaning]] *[[Atari Pong Consoles]]
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  • *[[Atari Pong Consoles]] *[[:Category:Console|List of consoles by name]]
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