DEC Professional 300

The Professional 300 series were a range of PDP-11 compatible microcomputers introduced by DEC in 1982. Intended to compete with the IBM PC, these machines did not meet with great success because they were not PC compatible.

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Best Defense (1984)

Wylie receives a floppy disk containing plans of a targeting system developed by a rival company. He reads this floppy on a DEC Professional system.

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