Computer room (1980). This Word Processor 25 (WANG) was used to prepare disks for direct transfer to typesetting. It was used in the preparation of the History of ACER written by Bill Connell in 1980. According to the specification sheet, the work station weighed 24.5 Kg and the single diskette drive weighed 90Kg. For the average installation, the ideal configuration was two work stations per daisy printer. Diskettes were used for off-line storage of documents and could hold up to 1,250,000 characters (approx. 500 pages of text).