Intel Light Peak running HD display on a hackintosh

Intel developed a new technology called “Light Peak,” which with its impressive duplex 10GPS connection can transfer data at incredible rates. Intel demonstrated Light Peak optical device interconnect by playing a 1080P video over the connection while also transferring files using OS X. “driving a greater-than-HD display while saturating an SSD RAID all over one cable, but we couldn't help […]

Intel developed a new technology called “Light Peak,” which with its impressive duplex 10GPS connection can transfer data at incredible rates. Intel demonstrated Light Peak optical device interconnect by playing a 1080P video over the connection while also transferring files using OS X. “driving a greater-than-HD display while saturating an SSD RAID all over one cable, but we couldn't help but notice the monster Frankenstein test rig on stage was running OS X -- looks like someone's violating their EULA!,” Engadget.