Hackintosh netbooks are nothing new, these days, and so the more extreme OS X tweakers move on to more esoteric hardware. We've already seen Sony's VAIO UX-series UMPC running Apple's OS, but Micro PC Talk user perrin21 has a particularly slick setup: a subtly modified Sony VAIO UX 390 running OS X 10.5.7 as though it just stepped off a Cupertino production line.
Video demo after the cut
Physical changes to the UX390 are scant. Out went the standard hard-drive, to be replaced by a 32GB SSD, while the stock network card - which maxes out at g-band wireless - was replaced by an 802.11n card for faster connections to perrin21's Airport Extreme.
[via UMPC Portal]