(written from a Production point of view)
Pair Match is a tabletop electronic matching game for one or two players originally produced and marketed in 1984 by Bandai for the Japanese market. The game played like an audio version of Concentration – you need to match pairs of sound effects hidden behind squares on the display.
The game was used as a display piece in the Ten Forward lounge aboard the USS Enterprise-D (much like the Terrace board game), but not primarily as a game unit. Rather, it was possibly meant to be a "wait call" device to signal a server over to your table.