HP APOLLO 710 WORKSTATION - A1991A
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This is an HP APOLLO 710 WORKSTATION - A1991A
In early January 1992, HP introduced the Model 705, code-named "Bushmaster Snake", and the Model 710, code-named "Bushmaster Junior". Both systems are low-end diskless workstations, with the Model 705 using a 32 MHz PA-7000 and the Model 710 using a 50 MHz version.
It ran on the PA-RISC CPU and had up to 64MB RAM.
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
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