Power Pong is the brainchild of USATT Hall of Famer Attila Malek - a former professional table tennis player in Hungary who moved to the US in 1978. He was part of the US National Team during the 70s and 80s and now works as a professional table tennis coach based in Costa Mesa, California.

The first Power Pong table tennis robot was created in 2012, in partnership with a factory in his home country of Hungary. Since then, the robots have been improved and upgraded. Today, there are three models available.

Power Pong's three-wheel table tennis robots are truly outstanding and provide you with a fully realistic training experience. They are also great value when compared to other robots available on the market.

Power Pong Comparison Chart

Power Pong Company logo Power Pong 2001 Power Pong 3001 Power Pong 5000
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CONTROLS
Control methods Wired control box Wired control box Wired control box or IOS / Android device
Controls Ball Speed, Type & degree of Spin, Ball Trajectory & Ball Placement Ball Speed, Type & degree of Spin, Ball Trajectory & Ball Placement Ball Speed, Type & degree of Spin, Ball Trajectory & Ball Placement
Remote No Yes Yes
DRILLS & TRAINING FEATURES
Programmable Yes, up to 6 balls Yes, up to 8 balls Yes, up to 8 balls
Pre-Programmed Drills 10 22 12
Memory Capacity Save up to 22 exercises, 6 balls per exercise Save up to 99 exercises, 8 balls per exercise As many as your device can hold
Cluster Memory Slots No You may place up to 33 pre saved drills into each cluster, and play it one after the other or randomly, creating a real time game experience. Yes
Create drills directly on the app No No Yes
Share drills with others No No Yes
Mirror drills for left handed players No No Yes
Set break times between drills No Yes Yes
Categorize drills with tags No No Yes
Random Settings Yes Yes Yes
RND" mode pitches balls randomly within a 20cm diameter of a set location Yes Yes Yes
RND" mode pitches balls randomly between two set locations Yes Yes Yes
Amount of spin in a scale of 1-10 0-5 0-10 0-10
Can Produce a 'No Spin' Ball Yes Yes Yes
Automatic Frequency Control (AFC) automatically adjusts time between two programmed balls based on previous ball type Yes Yes No
Individual Frequency Control (IFC) allows you to individually adjust time between two programmed balls based on previous ball type No Yes Yes
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Fine Tune Knob No No No
Silent Mode No No No
Suggest features and fixes directly to developers No No Yes
Ball Recycling Net Yes Yes Yes
Balls Included Yes Yes Yes
Manufacturer Warranty 3 years 3 years 3 years
Country of Origin Hungary Hungary Hungary