Monday, February 23, 2009
Posted by Vincent Ferrari in "Apple Talk" @ 11:00 AM
"There are a lot of netbooks on which you can install and run OS X, but if you're mindful of the handy comparison chart those lads at Boing Boing Gadgets have compiled, you'll know that the Mini 9 is about as ideal a platform as you'll find for a Hackintosh ultraportable: Everything from wi-fi, sound and the function keys down to the optional integrated mobile broadband card and the SD card reader are supported and work as they should. No hardware compromises at all. It's awesome."
Yet again the folks at Gizmodo deliver the goods. This is an excellent and extremely detailed explanation not only on how to get your Hackintosh Mini 9 working, but how to deal with every pitfall you may come across in doing so. I had a Mini 9 and the only reason I sold it was to get a few extra sheckles in hand to pay for my newly-purchased MacBook Pro. Had I stuck with my older Macs, I'd still have my Mini 9 today. If you've been holding off on doing this process for lack of a helping hand, I think you can safely take the plunge now (at your own risk, of course!).