We have recently found this 1974 (?) picture of the original Scitex Response system. The awesome computing power was developed to handle complex color designs for the textile industry, intended to drive fabric knitting machines.
From left to right: 1) Rack of Scitex-built electronics, 2) Rack containing HP mini computer and 20MB (!!!) disc inside, 3) Paper-tape reader/punch unit (table-top!!!), 4) next to it is a Color Separation Scanner, 5) Teletype (3-in-one!) keyboard, printer and paper-tape reader/punch, 6) CRT. 
Sitting (on the left) behind the keyboard and fixing bugs is Rony Ross.