Does anyone feel so surprised that the home PC came and went so fast? Obviously the internet is a larger part of modern life than ever, but when I was in elementary school--only 20 years ago--we were all prepping for the computerized world. We've got there, but have left the home PC behind.
In my purview, it's gone back to being what it was before the mid-1990s: the territory of adult professionals and hobbyists. I'm not saying it's a sad thing, or a bad thing, or anything--just that it feels like a shock to imagine that I have witnessed the birth and death of the PC in the average person's home in my short life.