Since the current models do not boot up to the point of connecting to the internet without some work, that is, if we take a blank HDD and put it into all current models of Apple computers the answer to this one is no.
It will happen someday but even DollyDrive failed your requirements.
Does anyone know how I might create a bootable copy of my OS (Mac OS 10.9.4) and store it with an online backup service, so that I can use it later to restore my laptop, if necessary? I realize that I can do this locally using a HDD (I'm using Time Machine for this) but, personally, I'm weary of having my only bootable copies stored on HHDs. I also realize that I can use a second HDD (SSD is too expensive), but would prefer to store a clone offsite and, short of giving a drive to a friend, my options are limited.
Online backup would be best for me. DollyDrive is the only company I know of that provides this service, but it's too prohibitive. Are there any other options for afforable offsite stoarge, perferably with one of the common online backup services (since I already use one for my most important data files), Thanks very much for your help.