Being anti-smartphone will put you back to the 2000s, so it becomes less of a choice.
Everything is integrated into smartphones that used to be separate devices.
-Digital music player
-PC/Laptop for Internet
Some of those devices are still in production, but the available selection has significantly narrowed. At the low-end, cameras have replaced the need for camcorders, but are still separate devices for high-end use.
Being botnet aware, will also make certain older generation hardware more appealing, if you want an x86 processor. For Intel, it would be PIII Tualatin and P4 to Core2 Penryn, with no vPro capable chipset. All Intel CPU starting with Nehalem have Management Engine. Protected Processor Identification Number (PPIN) was later added to x86 CPUs starting with Intel's Ivy Bridge architecture and compatible Zen 2 AMD CPUs. That feature is similar to the Intel PIII Processor Serial Number (PSN), which was removed for Tualatin.