Toshiba Libretto 50ctFinal vintage computer (after Atari Portfolio and Palm's, 5000 and others), which I wanted to get - Toshiba Libretto 50ct notebook, which I was able to get in surprisingly good condition, even with working Lithium battery.
I remember we were going to programming competition to Saint-Petersburg in the late 90's, and there in the shops I've seen it - it was so beautiful and prohibitively expensive :-) It's size & weight is impressive even these days. From the hardware side it has Pentium 75, 16Mb of RAM, 800Mb HDD, color LCD display with 640x480 resolution. RAM and HDD are upgradeable - I might need to try that.
After working with it for a while you can really recognize the usefulness of USB and WiFi - it is exceptionally hard to upload "large" volume of data to 50ct when you only have serial/parallel/IR ports and external FDD with PCMCIA interface (which was missing in my case). Anyway, even with FDD it is a whole day work to transfer 100Mb :-)
Apparently I will have to look for 16bit PCMCIA cards with USB, Ethernet and WiFi - and this tiny notebook will be much easier to work with :-)
Comparing to Surface 3 Pro: