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Open Tech recently announced its free-for-all computer line-up. That’s right—a computer that supports Windows, Linux, and Mac OS (Specifically, Leopard). The computers are fully customizable and contain some pretty impressive specs, including a 3.4GHz Dual Processor and 3GB of DDR2 Ram. No price tag is available, but one must be curious as to how much the company will offer for these seemingly impeccable machines.
In the wake of last week’s Psystar debacle, it seems almost ridiculous that another company would promote a Mac clone. Psystar's distribution warehouse is now on the market for $4.6 Million. That might have something to do with Apple unleashing its lawyers and Psystar losing its nerve. Such a fate could also befall Open Tech if they don’t stop toting their “meant to be open” mantra.
Of course, there is always the off chance that Open Tech is a complete hoax. After all, the website was made with freewebs.com (seriously?), the web store barely loads and there are no direct links to email either the company, or their PR offices.