After Psystar USA now it’s time for PearC to reveal their lineup of PC with Mac OSX. PearC launced three models named PearC Starter at 499,00€ , PearC Advanced at 799,00€ and PearC Professional at 1499,00€.the company advertises the PearC computer as “the PC with Mac OS X.” Apple’s EULA (End User License Agreement) clearly states that only Apple hardware is allowed to run Mac OS X Leopard. Apple even claims it is against its rules to as much as “enable” others to install OS X Leopard on non-Apple computers but companies like Psystar & now PearC have no effect on their buisness.
PearC systems are available under three forms: the PearC Starter, which sells for 499,00 € (minimum configuration), the PearC Advanced, going for 799,00€ (minimum configuration) and the PearC Professional, which starts at 1.499,00 €. The last can be equipped with Intel’s Core i7 965 Extreme Edition / 3.2 Ghz, 12GB RAM, NVIDIA’s GeForce 9800 GTX Plus (2048MB), one 1TB SATA hard drive, a Blu-ray burner, dual-boot Windows Vista ultimate, plus installation service for a whopping 3.493,91 €. The price drops to 3.293,92 €
System specification of base model is as.
– Intel Pentium Dual Core E2200 / 2.2 GHz
– 250GB SATA hard drive
– 2GB DDR2 RAM (1066 MHz)
– NVIDIA GeForce 7200 GS (256 MB) graphics
– DVD +/- RW 22x
– Mac OS X pre-installed.