Mr Anderson, Manager of Red Hat's IT Platform Operation reviews ASUS Zenbook UX305, which is a beautiful, ultra thin Laptop. Mr Anderson observes that, Zenbook UX305 perform very well with Fedora.
From review of Anderson published in opensource.com
Back in March, I was in the market for a new laptop, and like many Linux-educated professionals I felt tempted to purchase one of the lighter Apple laptops on the market back then (including the recently-announced Macbook). To be completely honest, I even ordered one of them, and I was planning on installing Fedora on it (as I have on past Apple laptops).The very day my new Apple computer arrived, ASUS tweeted an interesting image. The company claimed it had an ultrabook that was even thinner than the recently announced Macbook. That ultrabook was the ASUS Zenbook UX305.The ASUS ad intrigued me, so I did a bit of reading on the new computer's technical specs and read some reviews online. The last piece of hardware I ordered from ASUS was one of those Eee PCs, which came with Linux pre-installed on it. Even though I am aware some people have had less-than-optimal customer service with ASUS in the past, I (so far) had never had an issue with the company.