Whatever happened to subnotebooks? Those were the tiny laptops you could find in the 90s and early 2000s. The form factor was general a ‘just big enough to be usable’ keyboard and a whatever sized screen matched the footprint. I had a Toshiba Libretto which was about the size of a VHS tape that I carried around in a DiscMan case. There were others like the Sony PictureBook and the Gateway Handbook. I guess the market was eaten netbooks that turned into ChromeBooks which are now basically just the cheapest thing you can build with a 12” screen and a keyboard. Ah, the adventure of booting linux from an external floppy drive. Those were the days!