Macintosh computers: PsyStar challenges Apple again6 Januari 2010 pukul 07:30 | Ditulis dalam computer, review, technology | Tinggalkan komentar
Although currently there is a legal case involving the dispute between the two companies, PsyStar, a Miami-based maker of clone computers that can run Mac OS X, has challenged Apple once again by introducing a new computer and renovating its PC family to be pre-installed with Mac OS X.
The introduced computer has been named “Open(3)”: it is the new PsyStar clone computer that is able to run Mac OS X. It is thinner than previous models and has a more powerful configuration compared to other PsyStar clone computers.
The basic Open(3) features an Intel 2.8 GHz Core2Duo E7400 processor, but there is another version with an Intel 2.53 GHz Core2Quad Q8200 processor (four cores). Other features include GeForce 8400GS 256MB graphic card, 500GB hard drive and, optionally, 3 Port Firewire 800 (PCI), Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities (802.11n – PCI-E 1x)-
The basic computer is priced at 599.99 dollars and includes Mac OS X Leopard, 2GB of RAM memory, 500 GB hard drive, graphic card (GeForce 8400GS) and Intel Core2Duo E7400 (2,8 GHz) processor.
In addition, PsyStar announced the company has upgraded the other computers, including Open7, OpenPro and RackMount OpenPro.