Dragonfly MacBook Pro Clone Gets OS X Upgrade

We’ve previously seen a pretty good looking MacBook Pro clone from Dragonfly and now the company has tweaked the device to resemble the real deal even closer. While the original clone (this sounds so contradictory) features a Dragonfly logo on the lid, it now features the iconic Apple logo and is powered by OS X 10.6 instead of Windows. There are still some telltale signs of it being a clone, such as the presence of a Windows key, the two-button trackpad and the inclusion of a VGA output, but if you aren’t looking out for a clone, chances are that you’ll miss it. The notebook even comes with a faux MagSafe charger! That bad news is that aside from the physical appearance, the guts of this notebook/netbook are pretty bad, since it features netbook hardware under the hood. The price for this clone will range from $436 to $496, depending on the hard drive you choose. Specifications of it include:

  • 14-inch display
  • 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor
  • Up to 2GB of RAM
  • Up to 500GB hard drive
  • 3G SIM card support
  • OS X 10.6
  • Weighs 4.1 pounds
  • VGA output

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