DECwriter IV

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The DECwriter IV, also known as the LA38, is the last in a series of printing terminals by Digital Equipment Corporation, being introduced in 1982.

There are two versions, one with a keyboard and several switches, called the LA38, and one with just the printing assembly and less switches, designated LA34.

The DECwriter IV models ended the floor-standing design of the previous DECwriters and are tabletop models, about the size of a large typewriter.

The DECwriter IV was the last of DEC's printing terminals.

It was preceded by the DECwriter III in 1978.