I've been adding articles to the Higher Intellect Vintage Wiki as i've been Untangling a lot of the mysteries behind early 90's 80386 and 80486 laptops, notebooks, and their makers...
- AT&T bought out NCR in 1990, started their Safari product lines based on Samsung Notemasters for the low end, and NEC Versa for the higher end starting in 1993. NCR was used as branding for awhile, then AT&T, then NCR, it changes back and fourth, and a lot of duplicate models are the same thing under different names, such as the Globalyst 200 is the same thing as a Safari 3151.
- NanTan....I'm trying to find out as many models of these as I can find out. I've been also digging up more and more of the brands to look them up as. I have personally owned a Notebook 3500, a Duracom Branded 9200 sold as a 5110D, and a Prostar 9200M (FMAK9200M). Very interesting. Was able to track down a LOT of models using FCCIDs.
- Getting all the first GEN NEC Versa laptops up there too, since I have all the data on those. I'm planning to start with the 2000/4000/6000 series before too long (probably won't be buying them though), and work my way back through the Ultralite, ProSpeed, and other lines as well so we have a clear picture of their product lines.
I think I also have a line on a connection between Twinhead and Zenith Data Systems - Twinhead SlimNote 486 was my first laptop (DTSN model I kit bashed, no PSU, battery I charged using the chassis from the old one wired up to a HP Printer power supply....had to use oven mitts to put the battery in the computer).
So many great systems out there nobody talks about....
Also working on my website, trying to get the PC Games section whittled down.....so much Ultima/LucasFilm/Sierra/FNaF stuff...I could have six pages of just that stuff alone. Going to rewrite the docs section to include all my other research in there on specific machines as well (including the machines I'm adding to that Wiki). It's a nice passive thing to do in the background when taking care of things.