The PCW computer series by Amstrad may not be as well known as the CPC one among retro gamers, but was incredibly popular with professionals in need of a cheap, word-processing dedicated machine. The PCW9256, in particular, a model released in 1991 and sporting a 3.5" drive instead of the more traditional (for Amstrad) 3", was more than competent when it came to writing and printing documents, and even sported a new, elegant, all-in-one design.
You can even grab a fully working one via this Amstrad PCW 9256 auction. The rather obscure micro comes complete with an appropriately vintage dot-matrix printer and the seller ships worldwide. Oh, and for those wondering, the machine could indeed run both CP/M and Locoscript.