// May 7, 2008, 2:59 AM PST
The Psystar shipping box isn't very impressive.
The Psystar is shipped in two styrofoam frames inside a larger box with a metric ass-load of peanuts.
Inside the large shipping box is a anti-static bag with the accessories: software, cables and manuals.
I ordered the black case (the white model was backordered). It comes with plastic film on the front to protect against scratching.
The Psystar case is an Asus TM-210 (MicroATX) which retails for about US$55 from NewEgg.com
Time to pick it up off the floor :)
I couldn't stand the clear anti-scratch film for another minute. So I peeled it all off. I immediately second-guessed myself and saved the film.
The Psystar's front access panel features two USB ports, microphone and headphone jacks. The door is reasonably sturdy.
A peek inside the top access door reveals Psystar's 20x DVD+/-R SATA drive.
A look at the Psystar's rear panel.
A peek inside the Psystar Open Computer.
Another view of the inside of the Open Computer. You can click in for a larger picture.
Inside peek at the NVIDIA GeForce GPU and Hitachi Deskstar hard drive.
Another view of the Psystar Open Computer rear panel.
Ah, the familiar Apple logo. Time to breathe a sigh of relief.
Setting up a Mac OS X account looks familiar - and it is.
The familiar Mac OS X (Leopard) desktop.
About this Mac reveals a 2.2GHz Core 2 Duo with 2GB 667MHz RAM.
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