The Dragon 200 was basically a Dragon 64 with a modified case allowing a monitor to be placed on top of it. A power LED was also added.
The case was designed in Spain by EuroHard, a subsidiary of Dragon Data of U.K. which eventually bought its parent company. EuroHard also built the computer but it was sold in Spain by IDS.
The Dragon 200 was a commercial success in Spain and some south European countries, as well as the 200E, a version equipped with a 80-column video card. However, despite several attempts to produces other ranges of computers, among them the Dragon MSX, the production stopped in 1986 and EuroHard closed its doors in 1988.
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Microsoft BASIC interpreter
Full stroke 53 keys (with Spanish characters for Spanish version)
Motorola 6847 video chip
32 chars. x 16 lines
128 x 96 dots (4 colours), 256 x 192 (2 colours)
1 voice / 5 octaves with BASIC commands 4 voices / 7 octaves with machine code
SIZE / WEIGHT
Unknown (close to the Dragon 64)
Cartridge connector, Tape recorder, TV modulator, RGB, Parallel printer, Serial, 2 x joysticks
OS-9 with optional floppy disc unit
Built-in power regulation. External AC transformer