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In the middle of 1984 a Brazilian company called Prológica, which made its own versions of 8 bits US computers, brought to the Brazilian market a new equipment for its personal computer series called "CP" (shorten of Personal Computer in Portuguese).
The CP 400 was launched in 1984 with a case very different from the original Coco and other clones. It was available in two models: I and II. The main differences between the two models were the power supply (built in), keyboard and RAM capacity.
This computer was 100% compatible with the original Color Computer model 2 and was designed to work with the PAL-M TV standard.