Brazil was PAL, not NTSC, right? What is the voltage system there?
Did it have a built-in machine language monitor?
Since it ran MSX BASIC *and* CP/M it may be close to a dream machine for me I may have trouble reading Portuguese manuals, though.
We didn't have a "video game crash" in Brazil, however we quickly got out of games since no one was creating them in Brazil. So by late 1984 I was already looking for a home computer. I was aware that the ADAM was DOA (pun intended) so my first option was the Atari computers. I never managed to get one, as they were only available through black market and very expensive.
In 1985 I friend show me a flyer for a new computer that was going to be released later that year, the Gradient Expert, one of the two MSX1 released in Brazil that year. I loved everything, from the specs to the design. Got one that Christmas. Soon I realized that it was mostly identical to the CV, once I started seeing a bunch of CV games running on the machine. Loved it even more.