Originally Posted by runbuh
I think you should say "never do with Apple support is run Mac OS X..,". The Hackintosh program is alive and well, and there are plenty of folks running OS X ML as a VM (VMware, Hyper-V, and Virtualbox).
Also - I don't believe that the new Samsungs are convertibles.
I'm aware of hackintoshes, and those work best when building a system from scratch, choosing and using the exact right components, such as motherboard, cpu, gpu etc., and even then it takes some effort and fiddling around to make it work 100%. It's a bit more difficult and sometimes impossible when somebody is just trying to install OS X onto any out of the box PC laptop. Virtualization is another story.
Also, the Samsung Ativ Q laptop is definitely a convertible.
-- It's a hybrid device, transforming from a Windows 8 slate into a full-fledged laptop in one quick motion. That's not all, though -- at the tap of an icon it'll boot into Android Jelly Bean, letting you swipe around all of your favorite apps from the Google Play store.
That sounds like a device from the deepest gates of hell, running Windows 8 and Android, plus it's a convertible! I can hardly think of a more unappealing device that I would want.