More OS X on plain old x86 boxes

OS X on Sony TR3A

We don't know whether Justin Nolan—who answered the call of UNEASYsilence's recent OS X Intel challenge—used the same exact techniques as we saw before to do it, but it looks like he too has joined the elite ranks of those running OS X on his PC laptop (in this case a Vaio TR2A, how appropriate). Of course, these laptops won't run Rosetta since none have SSE3, but if you want to talk straight up functional x86 OS X, this is your biz.

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