HP Compaq Mini 702EA PC
Has anyone tried to Hackintosh this model? I know the Dell Mini 9 seems to be the best bet, but it is easier for us to get one of these.
Any help would be most useful. What am I looking for when looking at the specs of the PC?
Did you google it? please post the full specs, no links
I did try and Google it, but couldn't find anything. The specs are below.
Thanks for your help.
Operating system installed
Genuine Windows® XP Home Service Pack 3 (32-bit)
Processor type - Intel® Atom™ processor N270
• 1.60 GHz, Level 2 cache 512 KB
Standard memory - 1024 MB
Memory layout - (1 x 1024 MB)
Supports up to 1 GB DDR2 memory
Internal drives - 60 GB
SATA Hard Disk Drive
Hard disk drive speed
Memory card device
2-in-1 card reader for SD/MMC support
Network interface - Ethernet 10/100BT integrated network interface
Wireless technologies - 802.11b/g WLAN
Bluetooth® wireless networking
External I/O ports
2 USB 2.0, 1 RJ45 ethernet connector, 2 headphones-out + mic-in combo jack, expansion port
10.2" WSVGA High Definition HP LED BrightView display
Display resolution - 1024 x 600
Graphic subsystem name - Intel GMA950
Up to 128 MB Total Available Graphics Memory
Webcam - Webcam with integrated microphone
Internal audio - 3D Sound Blaster Pro compatible sound 16 bit integrated
Speakers and microphone
Altec Lansing® speakers
Keyboard - 92% full size keyboard
Power supply type
30 W AC Power Adapter
Touch Pad with vertical Scroll Up/Down pad, left & right clicks
3-cell Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery
Just bought the same netbook and am wondering the same thing...
Anyone know if it can be done??
Hmm... no reply...
OK, I can actually answer my own question now :)
(bazcurtis, if you're still around?)
The Compaq 702EA is a clone of the HP Mini 1000 (or the other way around, depending on your perspective)
And it appears that the HP 1000 is a pretty good candidate for a for a full Mac 'Hack-over'
According to the 'Mac OS X Netbook Compatibility Chart' on "boingboing.net" The HP 1000 ranks up well, it says there's a problem with sound, but according the page Boingboing links to this too has now been fixed.
It also mentions possible problems with Ethernet but that's appearently been fixed too.
The full 'walk-through' can be found here
HP 1000 into MacNetbook
I'm going to have a crack at this hack and I'll report back now it goes :)