The PET 200 is a rebadged version of the Commodore 8032-SK which is itself the same model as the 8032 with a rounded shape design and a separate keyboard. This design was used later on the CBM-II series computers.
It is said that Ferdinand Porsche was involved in this design. It's not true since he died just a few years after the end of World War II. In fact, Commodore enlisted the services of Porsche Design, a separate firm from the famous car maker that specializes in the less glamorous world of industrial design. PD was founded as a side project of Ferry Porsche, Ferdinand's son.
The PET 200 was sold only in Europe. A special Swedish version, named model S, enabled special characters like Ö, Ĺ, Ä.
Thanks to Jonas for info and pictures.
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Commodore BASIC 4.0
Full stroke detachable 73 keys with numeric jeypad
80 characters x 25 lines - 12'' built-in green monitor
None (128 graphical characters)
IEEE-488, Parallel, 2 x tape recorder, expansion connector