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Hackers Turn $300 Apple TV into Cheapest Max

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 7 years ago

Desktops (Apple)

Anonymous Coward writes "Apple TV is dead, long live the Mac Nano. Sort of.

Just two weeks after Apple released its streaming media box to the public, hackers successfully installed OS X, Apple's desktop operating system, on the $300 device, making it the cheapest PC Cupertino has ever sold.

"The breakthrough is done, OS X runs on Apple TV!" wrote "Semthex," the anonymous hacker responsible for the mod, at his website. "Now we got (the) low-budget Mac we ever wanted."

http://www.wired.com/gadgets/mac/news/2007/04/appl etvhacks_0406"

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