Adam McCarthy from Surrey (U.K.) just send us pictures of this very interesting Pong system which was probably sold as a kit.
He tells us:
I recently picked this system up off eBay UK and thought you might be interested since it doesn't appear to be present on your site.
The console itself is constructed from thick aluminium panels with two detachable sliding controls and a large dial that acts as both an on/off switch and a ball speed control. The rear panel contains a removable fuse and dials to adjust horizontal and vertical hold as well as center line position. When powered on the unit produces a very clean and crisp picture with a kind of 'ticking' sound emitted from a speaker on the left-hand side of the unit when the ball collides with a surface. Tennis is the only game available on the system although in does contain one innovative feature in which the bat of the player who's turn it is to serve flashes continuously until the serve button on the control is pressed. On opening the system I found 23 TTL chips all from what I could see dated between week 1-15 of 1974. The unit also contains an internal power supply to take direct mains input with evidence of hand soldering on the circuit board. I can't tell whether the system was sold as is or as a kit but it is branded 'Teleten audio visual game'. I'v attached a few pictures to this e-mail that you can use however you like.
Kind regards, Adam McCarthy, Surrey, UK
Many thanks Adam for sharing these infos & pictures with us!