Roger Moore and the Spectravideo SV-318 (1983):
Normally, James Bond would settle for nothing less than a diamond-encrusted, gold-plated, missile-launching personal computation device — high class and higher body count. But we all know that Roger Moore's rendition of Bond didn't quite match the character in Ian Fleming's novels. And the SV-318 — an obscure, rubber-Chiclet-keyed footnote to computer history — will never be confused with something from Q's lab.
Instead, this computer's biggest claim to fame comes from supposedly being the accidental progenitor of the MSX computing standard that made a big splash in Japan.