Air Hockey Table Buyers Guide
Air hockey is a classic and well-loved arcade game — with good reason. It tests your speed, reflexes, and hand-eye coordination, brings out competitive spirit, and lets you enjoy the fun and excitement of hockey without requiring you to step into a hockey rink. With these in mind, it’s not surprising that air hockey has become a popular game with fans of all ages, from little schoolchildren to older adults.
So, whether you’re building a game room for your kids or designing a man cave where you could chill and hang out with your friends, you’ll definitely want to get your own air hockey table. With this game equipment, you’ll get to enjoy the fun, fast-paced action that air hockey offers — without having to go down to the arcade and leave the comfort of your home!
It’s important to note that not all air hockey tables are created equal. This is why you should take the time to choose an air hockey table that fits your needs and budget and will give you your money’s worth. Check out our infographic to know how to pick the perfect unit!
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This infographic identifies various kinds of air hockey tables in order to explore benefits based on need and skill level. There's a lot of information contained in this piece, which would definitely help someone looking to buy an air hockey table. However, a reader would have to spend a lot of time with this piece before identifying the information. The design uses color and sections to keep a reader moving through the piece, but there aren't a lot of visuals to accompany the information. Photographs do help capture the differences between the kinds of tables, but an unfamiliar reader might not be able to spot or understand why those differences would matter to them. Additionally, the text, presented in chunks, is accompanied by some small errors that could be distracting for the reader. There's a lot of great information here, but it could benefit from some visual communication to help it be successful as an infographic. We'd give this an F.