Psystar isn’t just going to sell its Hackintosh technology to OEMs. It is now selling it to the general public for $50.  Dubbed Rebel EFI and a 8MB download, the software promises to let PCs equipped with Intel Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad, i7 or Xeon Nehalem CPUs to run Mac OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard.”  There is no word on whether or not Intel Atom processors, which are part of most netbooks, will be supported.

Featuring Psystar’s newest technology for allowing for the smooth interfacing between operating systems and generic Intel hardware, Rebel EFI allows for the easy installation of multiple operating systems on a single system. The authenticated version allows for the permanent installtion of these OS’s on your system, as well as providing the DUBL, supported hardware profile features and related drivers, and support for the application.

Rebel EFI is free to try and download, though it will have limited hardware functionality and a run-time of two hours.

See the FAQ here.

 

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