This was tried in the beginning of the "netbook era". The whole construct went down in flames.
Please remind us which »serious commercial entity with real technical expertise« was in charge of Linux on netbooks.
The way I remember Linux netbooks is that the various netbook manufacturers put outlandish Linux distributions on them with no real support or standardisation, rather than have a mainstream distribution maker (i.e., »serious commercial entity with real technical expertise«) do the heavy lifting for them so the result might have had some legs.
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