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Apple forces Wired to take down netbook OSx86 video

Apple forces Wired to take down netbook OSx86 video

Wired Gadget Lab has taken down a video made by [Brian X. Chen] in which he gives a brief overview and demonstration of how to install OSX on an MSI Wind netbook.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.01.14 at 16:25

Netbooks, slow thanks to Microsoft

Netbooks, slow thanks to Microsoft

[nico] pointed out something that didn’t seem to get any air-time during the recent netbook kerfuffle. Part of the original TechCrunch complaint was that netbooks are underpowered.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.12.20 at 10:35

Netbook comparator

Netbook comparator

Our recent netbook post got a huge response. They are almost unanimously loved. A few dissenting opinions were present though. A few people mentioned that until this generation arrived, they were buying used subnotebooks for exactly the same reasons.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.12.06 at 14:52

Hackit: Netbook haters?

Hackit: Netbook haters?

Gadget blogs have been a fluster the last day about TechCrunch stating that netbooks “just aren’t good enough“. Writing a response post hasn’t proven very hard given the number of factual errors in the original.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.11.30 at 23:49

Mac pro ultra mini

Mac pro ultra mini

[Matthew] sent in this slick project where he made a Mac pro Ultra Mini. He received a MacBook that had been killed by water. He took it apart, re-soldered some connections and was able to get enough of it working to be a decent multimedia machine for his tv.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.11.14 at 14:39

Internal wireless mouse on a Dell Mini 9

Internal wireless mouse on a Dell Mini 9

[strider_mt2k] sent in this new Dell Mini 9 hack. After seeing the recent GPS in a Dell Mini9 project, he decided to jump in and do some hacking of his own.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.10.16 at 12:49

Mounting an external antenna on EeePC 900

Mounting an external antenna on EeePC 900

[Terry Porter] added an external antenna to his EeePC 900. Initially, he mounted it on the side of the unit, but found that the location caused it to no longer fit in its carrying case, and made plugging in USB or Ethernet cables very difficult.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.10.13 at 14:41

Mounting an external antenna on EEEPC 9000

Mounting an external antenna on EEEPC 9000

[Terry Porter] added an external antenna to his EeePC 9000. Initially, he mounted it on the side of the unit, but found that the location caused it to no longer fit in its carrying case, and made plugging in USB or Ethernet cables very difficult.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.10.13 at 13:52

Reliable instructions for OSX on the EeePC

Reliable instructions for OSX on the EeePC

We have run many EeePC hacks before. Like most people, what we really want is a Mac netbook. The folks over at Wired have written up some nice instructions to help you run OSX on your EeePC.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.09.23 at 16:30

tablet pc boombox project

tablet pc boombox project

what do you get when you mix a hitachi trk-8200hr boombox and the fujitsu stylistic 1200 tablet pc? more retro you can shake your checkered vans at.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2008.09.16 at 03:46


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