Jive multi-platform computer built with OSx86-compatible components
By Tim Hanlon
July 29, 2008
July 29, 2008 Want a PC that will run Windows, Linux and OSx86 with minimal fuss? RSOL PC have built the Jive multi-platform computer with you in mind.
RSOL bypass the legal issues that Mac cloners Psystar experienced by not including a pre-installed operating system on the hardware. All they have done is assembled a machine with components that are known to work well with OSx86, the hacked version of OS X that runs on non-Apple hardware. You'll need to do the hard (and EULA-breaking) work yourself.
RSOL's Jive Series Multi-Platform Desktop Features
The Jive PC is available online now from RSOL, for US$628.