@gael just announced on Twitter than /e/ will make /e/OS work on the Pinebook (is this the original one or the new Pro one?) and in future the Pinephone! https://mobile.twitter.com/gael_duval/status/1171409756348669953
I think /e/OS on the Pinephone makes sense, although I’m not sure how popular it will be since most people who will get a Pinephone are probably more interested in Linux-on-phone projects like Ubuntu Touch or Plasma Mobile. I also note that of the planned OSes there is no existing Android derivative, although Android 7 exists for the Pinebook.
However, I’m not sure that /e/OS on the Pinebook or the Pinebook Pro makes sense. Both of these already have Chromium OS working on them, plus many Linux distros. Do any Android laptops exist? If not then it suggests that there isn’t a market that would be interested in an /e/ laptop either. Is the Pinebook only interesting as a stepping stone to the Pinephone because they use the same SoC?
And why didn’t Gael mention the Pinetab? This is a tablet so is a much better fit for /e/OS than the Pinebook.