Good old Mac OS reached the Nook Touch via an original port, that’s detailed below. It’s all black and white and looking pretty cool, for nostalgics.

The virtual keyboard is actually kind of cool and modern on this platform and there’s also the antique Mac Paint. Mini vMac II is supposed to work even better, with normal scaling and 256 colors. This means that you get sorts of a classic Macintosh on a Nook Touch.

B&N Nook rooting and Amazon Kindle Fire hacking have come a long way, with stuff like Android 4.0 and now Mac OS being installed. These $200 tablets are much more hackable and customizable than some $400 models out there, making us believe that Android is truly the best when it comes to tablet platforms. What do you think about that?