Google Cr-48 Hacked To Run Windows 7 and Mac OS X
By on January 1st, 2011

Google Cr-48, which is a pilot netbook running seems to be quite hackable. It provides users with an Easter egg in the form of developer mode and several eager developers and geeks have made use of it to do things the netbook was not supposed to do.

Windows 7 Running on Cr-48

Earlier, some geeks had managed to run Ubuntu on the device, however, here is something much more interesting. A users has managed to install and run both and Max OS X on the Chrome Cr-48 laptop.

Yes, the hardware specs and storage space might not be that great on the Cr-48, but it can definitely run these OS. Watch a video of the Google Cr-48 running Mac OS X below.

Click here if you can’t watch the video.

(Source: Engadget)

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