Handheld PC Apple macOS Big Sur
Sure, many ultra portable PCs can be modified to run Apple’s macOS Big Sur, but this person decided to build one from the ground up. How so? Well, he first 3D-printed a case, complete with a QWERTY keyboard as well as all the standard buttons required to use the operating system, like right-click, left-click, arrow keys, etc. Next, he added the hardware, which includes a LattePanda Alpha SBC (single-board chip)= with an Intel Core M collection processor and 8GB of RAM. Read more for a video and additional information.



Since the SBC doesn’t have a WiFi module, an external WLAN chip was required, and now for the most important part, a Western Digital 240GB SATA SSD was used to flash macOS Massive Sur. Sure, this creation may be impractical, especially since the parts used alone costs more than a new Mac Mini M1, but it’s definitely a conversation piece to say the least.

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2020 Apple MacBook Pro with Apple M1 Chip (13-inch, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD Storage) - Silver
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2020 Apple MacBook Pro with Apple M1 Chip (13-inch, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD Storage) - Silver
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