The XaviXPORT, sold as the Domyos Interactive System in Europe in Decathlon stores, is a fitness-based home video game console developed by Japanese company SSD Company Limited and released in the United States in 2004 during the sixth generation of video game consoles. The console uses cartridges and wireless controllers. The controllers are shaped like sports equipment (such as baseball bats or tennis rackets), with users' actions represented on the television screen through the use of sensors in the controllers. The manufacturer's suggested retail price for the XaviXPORT was USD $79.99 at launch. However, the system has been officially sold as low as $19.99 bundled with tennis or bowling in their 2013 Spring Cleaning sale. In 2013, Xavix's social media sites went silent, but the ecommerce site remained up until 2017 when the official domain expired
“XaviXPORT,” Video Game Preservation Museum, accessed December 4, 2023, https://vgpm.org/items/show/258.