My next target was the Sinclair. They distributed a number of models. Some required assembly and others were pre-assembled. There were also some other variations.
After almost 20 years of VAIO, we're evolving away from the laptop and desktop business. Check out our ultra thin and powerful tablets and feel the best of Sony at your fingertips.I find this to be interesting as it might be at the heart of the computer experience for us all. Just look at Apple going smaller and lighter. The latest MacBook is less capable because it does not need it. The work is done in the cloud. And the price of the big iron is getting more expensive.
I sure would like a laptop I can fit in my pocket.
I also wanted one of these. In hindsight I would never be able to get anything done but the form was nice. The function was lacking, however, if it were implemented today it might have a few more practical features.
Then, around May 2015 I purchased my first Google Pixel 2 (i7).
Even the ASUS Flip is a quality device. It could replace my Pixel 2. It's a very small form factor so to be practical to get a lot of work done it needs an external keyboard and monitor.
UPDATE: Someone just reminded me that I once used a Palm Pilot with a modem attachment as my remote console to debug system problems.