Amusingly enough, I was living in Arizona in the early to mid '90s. I spent most of my time indoors. I remember thinking at the time "This web thing will never catch on, Gopher is so much better." As a grad student, I only had an old Mac SE/30 on my office desk, and I was carrying a PowerBook 140, but I managed to put enough pressure on a professor to get new PowerMacs in the lab when they came out in '94.
Unlimited $20/month dialup was a thing here by the time I got out of school in '95, so I've now had some form of internet access continuously for nearly 30 years now. I was working for an ISP in the late '90s, so I had free ISDN by then, I think it was around '01 when I got DSL. The internet was already driving upgrades pretty hard by the late '90s here.
I don't really remember when it became unheard of that someone didn't own a computer here, I don't think I knew anyone who didn't well enough to know they didn't have one after about the mid '90s.
I've never even seen an Amstrad in person, only pictures. I've got a couple of fully functional Apple IIgs boxes and a //e, though. I think my C64 still works too, I'm just not sure which box it's in.