I'll make a dedicated thread for this thing eventually, but I got a package in all the way from Latvia(!) yesterday. Inside it was a:
It's a Fujitsu Futro S300 thin client, and is a pretty cool little box, IMHO. I've been wanting to mess with a Transmeta Crusoe-based machine for ages, and this one ticked all the boxes. Neat design, CF slot, actual IDE port, PCI slot, and it's all-metal construction with screws instead of breaky plastic clips so it's easy to open & upgrade. SiS 315 for onboard video, which honestly I've been pretty impressed with under DOS so far. The onboard sound is a VIA 8237/686b AC'97 variant, but it doesn't seem to have the BIOS-level SB Pro support for perfect DOS compatibility. Still sussing that out though.
I think that front panel is supposed to be off-white, but it's yellowed into a very 386-y beige. 😜 That's the only plastic piece on the thing. I'm gonna leave it.
Actually the BIOS itself is "Insyde Software SCU", something I've never seen before. It's pretty decent:
Incidentally this CPU is tiny, check it out next to a typical 486:
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