An old laptop computer. It has a 8.5 inch color active matrix LCD screen. It comes with 4 megabytes of RAM, a 350 megabyte hard drive, and a 486DX/2 processor (66 MHz). Its standard battery only lasts about an hour, and easily starts to retain a memory. The chipset of the display is a WD90C24. It runs Linux and X-Windows very well. Thanks to Linux, a network card, and remote X displays, it has evaded planned obsolescence, in my opinion. It can even run Mozilla, thanks to these things.