PlayStation 3 Mac OS X Friendly?
7:34 AM | Anthony Wang | 13 comments
Neoseeker has posted an article hinting at the possibility of Sony's upcoming PlayStation 3 being Mac OS X friendly. The reasons being, according to the article is by past statements from Sony and having Liinux OS pre-installed on the console's hard drive.
It's been added that the PS3 will tout a PC type architecture. This will allow users to install a variety of different Operating Systems; everything from Windows to Apple OS X to Linux. The PS3 hard drive will even come with a type of Linux OS pre-installed.Please click on the links below to learn more information.
As for the reference to Apple, it not what your thinking. There isn't going to be a glowing Apple logo and outrageous price tag attached. The stability and success of the Apple is due largely in part to the standardization of the OS and underlying hardware. By having a common format that is well designed, widely adopted, and comes with open standards, you can do far more with far better results.
Of course, we will have to wait until years end to see what Sony is really talking about. But it save to say, the PS3 won't be just another set top box.
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