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Hackintosh netbook deemed unpractical

Posted on Sunday, May 03 2009 @ 09:30:40 CEST by

Wired journalist Brian X. Chen has written a short report about the modded MSI Wind Hackintosh netbook he has been using for six months, you can check it out over here.
But over time the problems started surfacing. Like Wired.com’s Charlie Sorrel, I grew to despise the Wind’s dinky trackpad: Whoever designed it had in mind an infant’s hands; navigating became so tiresome that I started carrying around an external mouse to make it tolerable.

Second, the software issues. Seeing as this netbook was hacked to run OS X, of course it didn’t work perfectly. I accepted that, and with some tweaks I got most software utilities working properly. But while I was traveling in Europe, my netbook’s Wi-Fi suddenly stopped working.



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