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Psystar Open Computer unboxing and hands-on

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Engadget NYC might have gotten to play with Apple's latest and greatest iMac yesterday, but we keep it dirty in the Chi -- yep, we've got the first Psystar Open Computer shipped out for review.

We're just getting it set up, but check out the unboxing below, and hit us up with anything you want to know in comments -- you know we're going to put this thing through its paces.

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UPDATE: Psystar Open Computer notes, benchmarks and video




Also: Exclusive Video: Psystar in the Wild

Psystar's Open Computer arrives at CNET

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