Top 8 best Linux netbooks

LG x110

LG X110

Recommended for: Power users, Windows dual-booters

Not recommended for: Anyone who doesn't want to give Microsoft money

Where many of the netbooks currently on the market opt for mean-looking black and blue shades for their keyboards and cases, this LG X110 mixes up soft shades of white and silver.

The lid is very understated: it's almost entirely white, save for a small LG logo on the cover. On the hardware side, it's very clear that the X110 is a rebadged MSI Wind U100, with an almost identical port layout and the same huge air vent on the left-hand side

If you regularly use Microsoft's OS and want to have a dual-booting Linux netbook, it's brilliant – very well designed and a good performer

Read: full LG X110 review (Linux)