It's a really bold company: Psystar may be in the middle of a legal fight with one of the most famous computer manufacturers in the world, but it doesn't stop launching PC clones using Ma's operating system.
The company has just launched Open (3), a compact mini-tower with the possibility of being equipped with Intel Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad processors, NVIDIA GeForce 9500GT graphics chipset and, of course, Mac OS X Leopard. ILife and iWork together still add $ 60 to the package.
Characterized as ?better, faster and sexier?, the most basic mini tower starting at $ 600 comes with a 2.8GHz Core 2 Duo E7400 chip, 500GB SATA hard drive, 2GB RAM and a GeForce graphics card 8400GS of 256MB. For the same price as the Mac mini and a much higher configuration, Psystar shows that it knows how to pin Apple.
The computer can be customized with a 2.53GHz Core 2 Quad processor, two 1TB disks, 4GB of RAM and the NVIDIA GeForce 9500GT chipset, with a Blu-ray recorder and 802.11n Wi-Fi. With all the upgrades, however, the price of the machine is close to $ 2,000.
Psystar today also updated OpenPro, its ?competitor? to Xserve. The machine now has new RAID functionality, 1TB of standard storage (goes up to 4TB), free upgrade to 8GB and starts at $ 1,155.