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DECmateAn early family of computer systems from Digital specialized for word processing. Introduced in 1981, DECmates used the PDP-8 architecture.
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It also introduced WPS-Plus for Digital's Professional series of desktop minicomputers and for the IBM PC and PC XT, as well as document-processing software enhancements for DECmate
Digital introduced a new member of its Rainbow family, software to convert Rainbows into office workstations and enhancements to its DECmate
and Professional Office Workstations.
Digital strengthened its office automation offerings last October by introducing the DECmate
office workstation, aimed at making tightly integrated word processing, personal computing and communications easily available to managers and professionals at all levels.