Oh really? Not even boot up? That's a bit shit.
They boot up. But Ubuntu Live crashed when rotating the screen using xrandr (to have it in landscape mode not in portrait), no audio device is being found, no information about the battery, Wifi can't connect to any access points, no screen brightness control, probably no real energy saver options,e tc.
But the touchscreen worked out of the box, which did surprise me
So unless drivers are being written for all that, I wouldn't say it's really usable.