|Oh Snap. |
I gave you the very best advice already.
"just buy the android if you want it."
I can't possibly answer such a generic question. If you had stated a specific model of netbook, I could have then looked up the specs and any web posts on it.
When I say people have failed that are much better than me I mean it. It is not easy to change an embedded system. You have to have detailed information about it's hardware. You have to have detailed info about how to access it in order to change the OS. You would most likely have to compile an entire OS for a specific low run model, while that is not usually an issue you may have hardware that simply will not work. Then you'd have to find someone that did create a driver for a similar device or chipset. So you'd have to know how to make a driver. I have done all this and I can say it is not easy for anyone. The hardest parts are getting very detailed information about the devices and trying to fine open sourced code that one can convert.
I wish you the best but you are asking either quite a simple question or one that is very complex.
1/3 of highway deaths are caused by drunks. The rest are by people who can't drive any better than a drunk.