There are recent reports of Hackintosh since then but this new video posted by Gino Punsalan on YouTube shows a MacBook Air clone and somehow, they called this HackBook Air. A 13-inches came out from China from the original MacBook Air, according to Netbooked.Net. It is not hard to identify a cloned machine but this new report seems to become a phenomenal issue for Apple's thin and light netbook computer. Try to catch it on the following video below.
Within is an Intel Atom N280 CPU supported by GMA 950, 1GB of RAM, 160GB of hard disk drive, a Realted Wireless device, 13-inches display, and 3-cell battery pack. Here's a video of HackBook Air showing possibilities of Mac OS X (Snow Leopard) to run on different machine aside from Apple computers.