nobody knows, a highly hackintoshed device doesnÂ´t just show up. The hackintoshability (hey! probably a new word creation!!) depends on:
1. The hardware configuration (what network cards, chipsets etc is built in) If those components are also used/have been used in original Macs, itÂ´s easier to modify the drivers for a hackintosh system. Others might me more complicated.
2. How many people (in forums like insanelymac.com) with the needed skills are working on that specific device, which depends on how many people own that device. A lot of people can afford a Dell 10v, itÂ´s cheap. So you cannot expect an comparable number of people working on a 1500€ Laptop, than on the Dell 10v.
Short: I followed the community a little while now, and it turns out that the Asus 1201N and the HP mini 311 seem pretty cool to hackintosh. Not comparable to the 10v though, as you need to change the wlan-card to get wlan working, and installation process is a little more complicated than on the 10v.
Hope i helped!