Psystar, the Mac clone maker recently taken down by Apple has revealed their plan to sell 1.87 million machines in 2011.
From Psystar: Under its conservative projections, Psystar told investors it would sell 70,000 computers in 2009, 470,000 systems in 2010 and 1.45 million machines in 2011. The firm’s aggressive growth model, however, put those numbers at 130,000, 1.87 million and 12 million during 2009, 2010 and 2011, respectively.
Recently, U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup favoured Apple by ruling that the Florida Company Psystar violated Apple’s copyright as well as the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) when it installed Apple’s operating system on Intel-based computers.
The rogue company file for bankruptcy indicating that Psystar is more than $259,000 in debt.
Last December, the Psystar latest justification of selling unauthorized Mac systems by claiming Apple does not hold any copyright for its Mac OS X operating system. Psystar also claims that Apple’s Leopard OS, has a stealth code running in the background, which restricts only hardware sold by Apple.