Compaq Prosignia 500. I bet this things weighs more than 20kg, it's built like a tank. Pentium 150MHz, 16+32MB RAM, 2xPCI, 4xEISA slots, onboard SCSI and an EISA SCSI controller, SCSI CD-ROM and some kind of tape drive (maybe DAT? would be interesting to test drive it, if i find suitable software and cassettes). Very cool machine, but I have no idea what to do with it. I already have a decent Pentium class machine. Paid 20€ for it. It would have been for free, but that didn't feel right.
It's in really nice condition. Interior is totally dust free, it's like it came from the factory yesterday. I guess it might have been used as a spare machine, just waiting for use powered off. Only thing that bothers me is that owner sticker. It is plastic, with strong glue, and doesn't hold together, it just crumbles. I wonder how to remove it cleanly without damaging the case.
Power button is something I haven't seen before. There's a plastic shield in front of it and you have to poke it with a pen through the holes. Also first EISA machine for me.