At the left you can see the DIP switches used for choosing the terminal
configuration (baud rate etc). The keyboard is very solid and fells like
some old typewriter :). The little turnknob below the screen at the right
is used for adjusting the CRT brightness.
One interesting thing to note is that the picture at the screen
changes its size a bit when one touches the screen due to the capacitive
influence of the human body (seems like the picture somewhat "pumps"
as one repeatedly touches the CRT).
Unfortunately the former screen content has somewhat burned in, though it is not that clearly visible "in real life" as seen on the picture, it seems the photo flash causes the burned letters to be more clearly visible.