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Hey everyone.  I did the osx86 thing for a while back in the snow leopard days, but I kinda stopped doing it when I built a new PC and didn't have the time to venture back into it.  I haven't been keeping up to date with the latest stuff.

 

I am wanting to buy a Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet, and I would love to try to get OSX running on it.

 

It has the newer Z3740D Intel Atom (bay trail) chip.

http://www.dell.com/ca/p/dell-venue-8-pro/pd?oc=twv8p_ft_s001e&model_id=dell-venue-8-pro

 

I have been searching the forums to see if anyone has had any success with this chip, but I don't see anything about the newer bay trail chips.

 

There are a few tablets coming out currently with this chip.  This tablet looks the most enticing to me (active digitizer stylus is a big bonus).  

 

Is it typically a big pain to get all the features (wifi, bluetooth, stylus, camera) working on these newer x86 tablets?







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