Well, not that exact one, obviously, but one just like it.
It's a Commodore Pet. It had a funky calculator-like keyboard and a built in B&W display and a cassette drive (for loading and saving programs). It had a version of Basic in ROM and initially there were no pre-written programs for it at all. You were expected to write your own. I had the expanded memory version with a huge 8 kilobytes of RAM. That's 8192 bytes. (The computer I'm using to write this post has over 4 billion bytes of RAM.)
Back when I bought my Pet, the other popular choice was the Apple II. In retrospect, I probably made the wrong decision.
Wouldn't be the first (or last) time.
(photo via nerviosismo (except for the red marking, of course))