I just got it few days ago, a superb brand new Agilent 2002A Digital Storage Oscilloscope. Needless to say that I am absolutely thrilled by this 2G/s 70Mhz baby. It is a perfect addition for my electronics projects. Now I am playing with it, much to discover in the documentation. It comes with a CD that contain manuals and some other info in mostly all languages of international circulation, pdf format. Two 10:1 probes, and some other gimmics (like a plastic screwdriver for probe setup, colored tags for probe cables, replacement tips, plastic covers for tips and – interestingly enough – a replacement spring for the probe grip), plus a calibration certificate, quite nicely wrapped in a very fancy and official-looking sealed envelope. The ASIC is Windows CE based, hope no issues with viruses (rant !) and mostly soft-key controlled via some hard-button counterparts (below the screen in images), with lots of settings and goodies to check out. The fan is incredibly silent, even though large enough to cool these summer days.
Overall I am pleased and impressed. I’ll get back with some more on this. For now, just pictures: