Hartley Charlton, on macrumors.com:
On its website, OpenCore Computer claims that it hopes to make Mac Pro-style workstations more accessible. The company’s lineup of computers, which they call “zero-compromise Hackintoshes,” are advertised as coming with macOS Catalina and Windows 10 Pro pre-installed.
Although probably a scam, it makes little sense to expose yourself to litigation this openly. As this commenter points out:
It would be one thing if a company was selling computers without an OS and advertised it as “100% Hackintosh Capable”. But to actually include MacOS is just begging for Apple’s lawyers to notice you.
I’d love to see some basic systems ready to hackintosh. With the work - and added value - of setting up the OpenCore compatible componentes to minimize your hackintosh pain of setting up.