Years ago it seemed pretty ludicrous to suggest that the average household would have/need more than one PC. In fact, some households didn't have one at all.
Projections, by those who were 'in the know', suggested multiple PCs per household, if memory serves me right. In my particular case, this has been borne out. We have 3, comprising 1 desktop, and 2 laptops. How did we ever manage before?
Medion 8086 desktop running XP home 3 other self built desktops 1 win98, 1 ME, 1 XP pro. HP laptop running win2k spectrum48K, spectrum 128k and a spectrum +2.
for work puposes 1 Tempus 286 "laptop" circa 1988/9 (its bigger than my current Medion desktop) - Dos5 1 Tempus 486 laptop quarter the size of the above - Dos 6.2 1 486 laptop running windows 3.11 486 desktop running windows95 HP laptop running windows95 circa 1998 IBM Thinkpad T30 (need the serial ports) running XP Compaq desktop running XP