I own a Japanese-market Panasonic Let's Note RZ series as a go-everywhere laptop running some Windows utilities, WSL2, and a terminal to access more powerful hardware in the cloud. I vastly prefer its clamshell layout to current-gen competitors such as the Microsoft Surface Go - my RZ4 is also still relatively capable compared to the Surface Go 2 hardware which is using a newer but similar Core M processor. The Intel Core M 5Y71 is the same processor as used in the original 12" MacBook and is still plenty fast for use as a netbook-type device.
Unfortunately, this computer is basically unknown to the American market. The keyboard is nowhere near full size, all of the manuals and websites are in Japanese, and most western reviews I can find of the Let's Note RZ look at the laptop's design as dated, its price tag exorbitant and its accessibility overall poor. I believe that they are completely missing the point of this 10 inch d