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A VAXstation is a VAX-based workstation manufactured by DEC. The very first, the VAXstation 100 was a programmable graphics terminal which attached to the UNIBUS on a host computer.

The rest were all independent computers, based on a variety of internal bus types, starting with the QBUS. They were often produced by adding a bit-mapped display to an existing machine to produce a single-user workstation; later ones used a single motherboard, with the display support built in. Ethernet was increasingly used to tie them together.

QBUS-based VAXstations

Motherboard-based VAXstations


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