Friday, May 22, 2009

More Clones Exist Now Than When Apple Allowed Them

TheAppleBlog reports:

Russian clone maker rolls out fleet of OSX desktops, laptops, and a netbook

Apple must feel besieged by an attack of the clones these days, with Mac OS knockoff makers popping up in the U.S. (Psystar and OpenTech), Germany (PearC), Argentina (OpeniMac) the U.K. (FreedomPC). Now a Russian startup calling itself RussianMac is offering a comprehensive line of desktop and laptop computers.


I can recall off the top of my head ...

Previously Apple licensed and sanctioned clone makers/distributors:

Motorola
Umax
Daystar
Tatung
Power Computing

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