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Siemens Scenic Mobile 710
Siemens, 1998
CPU: Pentium I @ 233 MHz
Memory:128 MB RAM
Operation System: Windows 2000
At the end of the 90-s Siemens Nixdorf's Scenic Mobile 710 could be defined as not only unusually fast, but also as unusually designed well-built laptop. With heavyweight build quality and a high price point, the 710 was designed as a corporate notebook. In speed terms Mobile 710 turned in a benchmark performance.
The laptop was bought in 2004 by the system administrator of the SFB 649 Rainer Voß for 50 €. Mr. Voß was using the computer to prepare for the certificate MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) and later on to do the personal things like: internet surfing, Ebay, and e-mail.