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Mark Marlette

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Mark Lynn Marlette (May 1, 1963 - ) is a prolific designer of Color Computer hardware and proprieter of Cloud-9 (, a CoCo software and hardware company in Delano, Minnesota. Though he bought his Color Computer in 1983, his first system was an RCA COSMAC ELF, based upon the 1802 microprocessor.

Over the years, Mark's innovative designs have propelled the CoCo community into a new era of peripheral choice, with perhaps the most significant product being the SuperIDE, an IDE interface for the CoCo which also contains a CompactFlash socket and allows up to four DOS ROMs to be burned into flash.