PearC is basically selling machines very similar to the ones offered by PsyStar, with three possible base models ranging from 499 EUR to 1499 EUR, all with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard pre-installed. The machines range from an Intel Pentium dual core E2200 to Intel Core i7 machines with options of up to 12GB of RAM. For the rest, they offer a range of options and upgrades to choose from. They ship their Macintosh clones to Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg, Italy, The Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Spane, and the UK.
The website is in German, which I happen to speak rather well. The FAQ of the website contains a question concerning the legality of this whole setup. The answer:
Basically, it reads that end-user license agreements in Germany are only valid if they have been offered before the transfer of goods/money, which in the case of Mac OS X does not happen. As such, PearC claims, the clause in Apple's EULA binding Mac OS X to Apple hardware is unlawful.
There is no word from Apple yet, but seeing the legal action undertaken against PsyStar, Apple Germany might start similar legal action against PearC. With German law probably being quite different from US law, such a possible case could follow an entirely different path than the US one. It also raises the question: where will this end? If every country gets its own clone maker, will apple go after each and every one of them, forced to take all the local laws and regulations into account?