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iPong

Ping pong robot offers superb versatility to improve your game

by Greg Stefano in Tech on 23 February 2011

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Playing with yourself isn't always socially acceptable but the new and improved iPong from Joola is a great way to practice your ping pong even when you don't have a partner. The cylindrical ping pong robot has a super slim design and a simple mechanism, allowing setup in under a minute so you can start practicing right away.

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Perfect for anyone wanting to hone their skills or just enjoy a challenging solo game, the iPong is capable of holding 110 balls and delivering up to 70 balls per minute. It has three different adjustable spin types as well controllable speed and frequency settings. Design for use by beginners or pros, this pong machine will help you keep your wrists in shape with true and consistent shots.

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The iPong fits all standard table tennis tables and is available on Amazon for $149.95.

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