With the first system, you can't install it at all. eOS is a 64 bit OS. Those are limited to the 32 bit architecture. You'll need a 32 bit OS.
With the second system, you can install it - but your performance will be pretty poor.
These are the minimum requirements for the current version of eOS:
- Recent Intel i3 or comparable dual-core 64-bit processor
- 4 GB of system memory (RAM)
- Solid state drive (SSD) with 15 GB of free space
- Internet access
- 1024×768 display
You meet most of the requirements, but you do not meet the minimum RAM requirements. The device you linked only has 2 GB of RAM, or half of the minimum recommended amount. The next version will have at least the same minimum requirements.
It'll probably run, but it won't be very fast. You will be very disappointed with the performance.
So, what can you do?
For the first systems, you can search DistroWatch for 32 bit systems.
For the second system, and for the first, you can use this handy list of lightweight Linux distros.
Don't fret, however. If you follow those two links, there are many choices for you to pick from. It isn't too hard to find a distro that works well and suits your needs, nor is it all that challenging to make them aesthetically pleasing.
They (the Linux community, not eOS) haven't stopped developing for 32 bit, but it has slowed because there are fewer people to test on 32 bit hardware. eOS has made the decision to not support 32 bit computers at all.