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The Tandy Data Products System 100, or TDP-100, was a Color Computer made by Tandy but marketed by Radio Corporation of America (RCA). The TDP-100 was notable in being marketed outside Tandy's traditional distribution channel of Radio Shack stores; instead being sold by retailers that sold RCA products. Tandy also made some otherwise-standard CoCo software and peripherals that were TDP-branded.
Tandy announced the TDP-100 in July 1982. 
Bob Rosen of Spectrum Projects gave the TDP-100 a favorable review in the April 1983 issue of The Color Computer Magazine. Somewhat strangely, he called TDP "Tandy Distributor Products" instead of "Tandy Data Products".
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