Yes, the one with the butterfly keyboard
Bringing old technology back to life can be a rewarding hobby, resurrecting a piece of computer history that means something to you, or just for the challenge. New products like Raspberry Pi and Framework motherboards make this process even easier as you can fit as much or more processing power into a tiny space. This makes it much more likely that you will be able to rebuild the ancient technology exactly as you wish.
One such project can be found on Hackaday, a revival of an older ThinkPad 701c. That particular model had a full keyboard, even though the laptop body is nowhere near big enough to accommodate one. When you open the lid, the sides of the keyboard butterfly open into a full-sized one, complete with a trackpad and the red rubber bump in the center. Karl Buchka replaced the internals with a Framework board, added three USB-A, two USB-C, a GigE network card, headphone jack, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The screen has also been replaced, with an iPad 7 offering a much higher resolution than the original.