Following the news that Psystar, the US company that makes OS-X capable machines, much to Apple's displeasure, is to launch new Blu-ray-enabled machines, it appears to the clone wars are about to escalate.
In addition to offering the dekstop PCs, the company is planning a MacBook clone - as revealed in the email below from a Psystar spokesperson to an AppleInsider reader:
"Thank you for your interest in Open Computing. Although there is no mobile open computer at the moment, I can tell you that it is something that is in development."
"Once we release a final product, it will be posted on our website along with an automatic notification for all Open Computing newsletter subscribers."
"No release day or price has been set for any potential mobile product line. However I can assure you that at release it will be very competitively priced. Thank you for your inquiry."
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