The CP 300 was a Brazilian home computer produced by the Prologica company in 1983. It was compatible with the TRS-80 Model III, and was produced as a cheaper alternative to the CP 500. The keyboard had small gum-like keys and the power supply was external. The machine had 64 KByte of memory, an RF output, a video output and a cassestte interface. The computer could support up to four external 5.25" floppy disk drives.