The Compaq Deskpro 2000 was the successor to the Prolinea range of Desktop PC’s from Compaq.
It used an Intel Pentium 1 “MMX” chip, commonly 166Mhz, and 200Mhz as I recall, an onboard Cirrus Logic VGA graphics, and a 1.44Mb Floppy drive.
It had two expansion bays, which could be used to house HDD’s, Tape drives, etc. and had four IDE Headers, and four expansion slots.
I had extensive experience of these machines over the years; My first employer sold a number of them in to several customers, and even purchased some for their own use which I had to set up and manage.