Daewoo CPC-200
This page was last modified 23:21, 17 January 2021 by Mars2000you. Based on work by Rderooy and Gdx.



The Daewoo CPC-200 has been manufactured and distributed by Daewoo in Korea.

Externally, this computer seems to be the same as the DPC-200, but internally, it has the Daewoo DW64MX1 chip and slot 0 expanded. The color of unit is available in silver. The power supply is integrated in the unit.

This computer was sold with a demo tape.

This model has been localised for

Brand Daewoo
Model CPC-200
Year 1986
Region South Korea
Launch price
RAM 64kB probably in slot 0-2
Media MSX cartridges
Video Texas Instruments TMS9918ANL
Audio PSG (AY-3-8910)
Chipset Daewoo DW64MX1
Keyboard layout QWERTY/Korean
Extras Hangul BASIC, demo cassette
Emulation ROM dump needed. See this thread for details


Daewoo CPC-200
Daewoo CPC-200 back
Daewoo CPC-200 detail
Daewoo CPC-200 box and content
Daewoo CPC-200 box
Daewoo CPC-200 label


The Daewoo CPC-200 does not use a MSX-Engine but has probably a custom IC DW64MX1 (designed for MSX2) that includes the 8255 PPI, slot select circuitry, a memory mapper and various glue logic. The CPU is a Z80A from Goldstar (GSS Z8400A PS).

The main RAM is probably present on slot 0-2, a configuration that can cause poorly written software to crash. Also, with this layout, the POKE-1,(15-PEEK(-1)\16)*17 trick to workaround buggy software that does not handle subslots properly will cause this machine to freeze.