I’ve successfully installed Mac OS X Leopard on my ThinkPad laptop using the Kalyway ISO. I also got wireless working. The first problem I ran into was that OS X’s Disk Utility wouldn’t create a partition in empty space. It would, however, erase an existing one. So I used Vista’s Disk Management utility to create an NTFS partition in that space, and then formatted it as HFS+ with Journaling in Disk Utility.
Chinese company Lenovo, which acquired IBM’s computing division in 2005, today is throwing around the word “perfection.” And I think this could very well be the closest a laptop has ever come. They have released the ThinkPad X300, a 2.9 lb. wonder. Far less than an inch thick, it’s the lightest and thinnest ThinkPad ever made. Amazingly, it has not only a TrackPoint, but a TouchPad as well – which is the signature ThinkPad “UltraNav.”
Naturally, when thinking of extremely thin laptops, the recently-released MacBook Air comes to mind. Here’s a head-to-head comparison, which shows clear ways in which the X300 wins out: