700 Series Selection:
|Product Number: A2289A|
|Division: Workstation Systems|
|Original Price: Unknown|
|Catalog Reference: Does not appear|
The 705 and 710 came in the pizza box form factor. The 705 ran a PA-7000 CPU at 35 MHz and had no expansion slots. It had a maximum memory of 128 MB and came with the following interfaces: 50-pin SCSI-2, 15-pin AUI, 10Base2 Ethernet, DB25 parallel, 2 DB9 serial, HP-HIL, microphone jack and headphone jack. The 710 ran a PA-7100 CPU at 50 MHz.
Part numbers for the 705 included: A2289A, A2648A/B and A2649A/B/C. Part numbers for the 710 included: A2209A, A2210A, A2211A, A2212A, A2213A, A2214A, A2215A and A2222A.
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