Banks purchased more than twice as many computers as they did "dumb" terminals for branch automation last year, a study has found.

According to the Mentis Corp., an Eden, Md.-based firm specializing in bank technology research, banks and thrifts added approximately 42,250 personal computers at teller positions and 44,460 PCs at platform stations last year.

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