If they really want users, they should target the ARM market. ARM-based netbooks are precisely the sort of low-powered system where Haiku could shine, and people are already used to non-Windows systems on ARM. With a touch interface they could even target tablets and maybe phones. I realise that's easier said than done and they probably don't have the resources to support the myriad mutually-incompatible ARM platforms out there (even the BSDs don't have much presence on those systems). A sad situation.