This is an "Industrial PC" - I don't remember the model number. It was basically an XT with heavy duty covers and a washable filter in the air vents at the front. The display was a color unit with a heavy piece of transparent plastic over the CRT itself. The monitor is sitting on an external eight inch floppy drive. The device at the left is a paper tape reader/punch which connected via a serial port. This was in one of the "back rooms" of a customer education center and demo facility in Poughkeepsie, NY "Building 005" for those of you who might know it. Although the PC was "industrialized", it didn't seem all that robust and I used to refer to as a "childproof PC". Picture taken about 1986.