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What is Batak Batak    is    an    electronic    reaction    game,    originally    designed    as    a    tennis trainer   (Bat   Attack)   it   has   evolved   into   a   popular   attraction   for   exhibition booths    and    conventions,    easy    to    understand,    intuitive    play,    it    attracts interest wherever it goes.
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Batak   Pro,   Amsterdam,   November   2016   for   TAG   Heuer   with   extensive   branding to backdrop & branded leaderboard header

Pro or Lite?

There   are   two   different   Batak   versions,   the   original   -   Pro   on   the left   (below)   has   12   buttons   and   is   physically   larger   than   Lite which features 8 buttons, both play in exactly the same way. Pro   is   larger   and   gives   players   more   of   a   ‘workout’   Lite   gives smaller players a more even chance to compete.

Batak Dimensions

Pro 2080w 950d 1950h Lite 1143w 950d 1800h Reactions Table 1450w 900d 900h Magnetic Leaderboard 250w 350d 1900h All dims are in mm.

Wall Mounting Batak

Enterleisure   can   provide   drawings   and   guides   for   wall mounting   either   version   of   Batak   on   your   exhibition stand,   we   also   supply   the   mounting   kit   and   will   assist your stand builder at the installation stage.
What   is   the   difference   between   Batak   Lite ®       and Batak Pro ®  ? The   real   differences   are   pretty   obvious   -   Pro   is   bigger, just   over   2m   wide,   it   stands   out   more   and   it   is   a   bit harder   to   play,   it   tests   peripheral   vision   much   more and   it   is   harder   to   reach   -   more   of   a   workout   -   because it   is   big   it   does   make   quite   a   statement   too   but   the game   modes   and   the   principals   are   pretty   well   the same,   Pro   has   a   ‘Junior   Mode’   which   switches   of   the top   row   of   buttons   for   those   who   cannot   reach   them   - Lite   is   smaller   so   the   buttons   are   easier   to   reach   and closer   together,   the   better   option   if   you   are   wearing restrictive   clothing   or   if   you   are   in   a   warm   room   and make   no   mistake   -   when   Batak   Lite   is   branded   it   really catches the eye. Where did the name Batak ®  come from? Wikipedia     refers     to     Batak     people     in     Sumatra, Indonesia   and   the   Philippines   but   do   not   make   the mistake   of   assuming   that   Batak   in   this   instance   is   a reference to a mystical game from the East. Apparently    early    versions    of    Batak ®         were    actually tennis   training   devices   and   players   used   a   type   of   bat to   hit   the   buttons   as   they   illuminated   like   a   sort   of   high tech   Whack   the   Mole   game   and   the   name   Bat   Attack was   how   it   was   known.   These   days   the   bat   has   gone but     the     name     which     was     originally     ‘Bat    Attack’ remains.   No   you   cannot   use   a   bat   any   more,   hands only these days please!
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Batak    Pro,    Amsterdam,    November    2016    for    TAG    Heuer    with extensive branding to backdrop & branded leaderboard header

What is Batak

Batak    is    an    electronic    reaction    game,    originally    designed    as    a    tennis trainer   (Bat   Attack)   it   has   evolved   into   a   popular   attraction   for   exhibition booths    and    conventions,    easy    to    understand,    intuitive    play,    it    attracts attention wherever it goes.
batak pro
There    are    two    different    Batak    versions,    the    original    -    Pro    on    the    left (below)   has   12   buttons   and   is   physically   larger   than   Lite   which   features   8 buttons, both play in exactly the same way
batak lite
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Batak Dimensions

Pro 2080w 950d 1950h Lite 1143w 950d 1800h Reactions Table 1450w 900d 900h Magnetic Leaderboard 250w 350d 1900h All dims are in mm.

Wall Mounting Batak

Enterleisure can provide drawings and guides for wall mounting either version of Batak on your exhibition stand, we also supply the mounting kit and will assist your stand builder at the installation stage. What is the difference between Batak Lite ®   and Batak Pro ®  ? The   real   differences   are   pretty   obvious   -   Pro   is   bigger,   just   over   2m   wide, it   stands   out   more   and   it   is   a   bit   harder   to   play,   it   tests   peripheral   vision much   more   and   it   is   harder   to   reach   -   more   of   a   workout   -   because   it   is big   it   does   make   quite   a   statement   too   but   the   game   modes   and   the principals    are    pretty    well    the    same,    Pro    has    a    ‘Junior    Mode’    which switches   of   the   top   row   of   buttons   for   those   who   cannot   reach   them   -   Lite is   smaller   so   the   buttons   are   easier   to   reach   and   closer   together,   the better   option   if   you   are   wearing   restrictive   clothing   or   if   you   are   in   a   warm room   and   make   no   mistake   -   when   Batak   Lite   is   branded   it   really   catches the eye. Where did the name Batak ®  come from? Wikipedia    refers    to    Batak    people    in    Sumatra,    Indonesia    and    the Philippines   but   do   not   make   the   mistake   of   assuming   that   Batak   in   this instance is a reference to a mystical game from the East. Apparently   early   versions   of   Batak ®       were   actually   tennis   training   devices and   players   used   a   type   of   bat   to   hit   the   buttons   as   they   illuminated   like a   sort   of   high   tech   Whack   the   Mole   game   and   the   name   Bat   Attack   was how   it   was   known.   These   days   the   bat   has   gone   but   the   name   which was   originally   ‘Bat   Attack’   remains.   No   you   cannot   use   a   bat   any   more, hands only these days please!