Issue No. 07 - September (1982 vol. 2)
The VAXstation 100 from Digital Equipment Corporation is the first in a family of high-performance video workstations intended for use with the company's VAX family of 32-bit computers. Featuring a 19-inch, high-resolution, monochrome, 60-Hz noninterlaced raster display and 103-key keyboard, a local display processor with display buffer, and a pointing device, the VAXstation 100 connects via fiber optics to any VAX computer system through a Unibus interface capable of supporting two workstations.
C. Machover, "New Products", IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 2, no. , pp. 85-94, September 1982, doi:10.1109/MCG.1982.1674427