A. 5 built-in programs provide professional players with more than 100 combinations of serves at the 18 landing points, along with a mixture of topspin, bottom spin and different levels of speed, curve and spin balls.
B. 5 programmable memory settings can be set with the same functions as the built-in settings, but can also be designed on your own to develop different levels of training.
C. 18 landing points of your choice are set accurately on the table tennis court from left to right. Up to 9 points for long range balls and up to 9 points for short range balls.
D. Self-program mode is set for various kinds of serving landings on the entire table tennis court at the 18 points as desired by the player.
E. Regular mode is set for various kinds of serving landings at 1 or 2 points to be chosen from 9 possible points as desired by the player.
F. Random mode: set various serving landings randomly at the 18 points on 1) the entire table tennis court, 2) the left side only, or 3) the right side only.
G. Timer and ball counter is set and shown by digital display.
H. Memory of the previous mode played is restored for continuous replay.
I. Initial service (where ball is served and lands on both sides of court) is provided
J. 9 spin modes to choose: Topspin, bottom spin, left-side spin, left-side topspin, left-side bottom spin, right-side spin, right-side topspin, right-side bottom spin and no spin (straight).
K. Automatic Ball Recovery: a collection dish automatically feeds returned balls back into the machine, saving time and increasing efficiency.