Finally, I had a netbook!
Lenovo IdeaPad S10
Intel Atom 1.6Ghz
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950
I made a quick search on the net beforehand, S10's reports were really good. Especially some blogs mention about the successful installation of the Fedora 9-10 strongly affected my decision.
S10 came with pre-installed Windows XP. The setup is really easy for Windows users, there are few steps. I played with Windows about a hour before the Linux installation.
I booted to Fedora 11 with an USB external DVD driver, I had a problem during the disk partition, anaconda finds the disk but produces an error during the creation of a new partition and unfortunately installation is crashed. I had tried second time but the result was same. I decided to handle the disk partition myself, I switched to terminal at the beginning of the installation (Ctrl + Alt + F4) and done all with fdisk, rest of the installation was error free.
Fedora installed almost all drivers itself, only wireless didn't work. However, it is enough to type 'yum install broadcom-wl.noarch' (rpmfusion.org) to solve the driver problem. That simple.
I am happy with the S10, just need to get used to the keyboard, the layout is a little bit different (especially Tab and Right Shift). Briefly, Lenovo S10 is a good choice if you like to install Fedora.