This may seem absurd at first but please read on.
Recently I've heard that a lot of people are installing Mac on standard machines made for Windows - either using hardware Virtualization or using some kind of tweak with their BIOS.
I also heard that Apple recently switched their working Archetecture to Intel processor making it easy to install their OS X on Windows machines.
Earlier last month a friend of mine also tried installing OS X on his Windows machine. No, he did not use VMWare or any emulator, he actually installed in on his HDD with a bootloader making it possible to boot OS X on his Asus' Intel powered machine.
Then I came across this video on YouTube and heard that people have been talking about Hakintosh and Niresh (try Googleing them).
Now, I want to do something similar with my Ultrabook with i5 processor and not loose support for WiFi driver (after all there must be some driver available for OS X on my hardware in this big world).
The device I am using is HP Envy 4 Ultrabook - 1046TX
What do you think about the idea?
P.S. I searched for similar threads on superuser.com and found some people discussing about this idea, but none explained the whole concept so I started my own thread. Please correct me if I'm wrong. Thank you! :)