I'm using an Asus A3e, and it works really well -- the components seem to be the commodity kind, not the customized kind, which means that Linux will run fine on it. (I am typing this message out on my Asus A3e now.) Also, by commodity, I do not mean cheap and nasty, the stuff Asus puts in seem to be quality components. HTH pascal chong
You may want to include your finding at: http://www.phoronix.com. This is an indexing site for those who want to index the type of computers and hardware that are compatible with Linux. Thanks for the info.