The earliest beneficiaries of a 64-bit architecture are memory-intensive business applications such as large databases. Because of this, 64-bit processors have become firmly established in the compute server space. However, most existing client applications such as web browsers and productivity software fit within a 32-bit address space.
This is where
In 1991, Sun had reached a size where it was decided that it would be more effective to reorganize into a group of operating companies, collectively dubbed "the planets". Each of these companies, although still part of Sun Microsystems, Inc. would have its own president, operate under its own accounting structure, and by being at a nominal arms-length would be freer to strike deals
....And laid 'im on da green
Model 100 and the ilk todo
Most notable of a genre of non-PC compatibile notebook computers originating from a Kyocera design. Bring out early that they're more like PDAs.
Separate evolution from competitor systems:
100 -> 102 -> 200 -> 600 -> 1400 LT which now introduces MS-DOS and is essentially a break from the genre.
Tandy Corporation article mentions Model(s) 1100?
List competitors for each model; establish which came before and which after their RS equivalents.
Edit Z-150. Sounds more like it was from the same supplier as M600. Which came first?
Do the same for other competing models.
There's a GRiD Compass article.