Asus to bundle BlueStacks Android virtualization app in Windows PCs this year


  • cody

    Upset we didn’t see a dual booting tablet, but loving the Taichi.

  • schultzter

    I tried BlueStacks and thought it was pretty cool at first. But I quickly ran into bugs and quirks.

    The best solution would be a ‘native’ app-player for Windows, iOS, and Linux so that Android apps could become widgets on those platforms.

    Running the apps in BlueStacks is like running on a VM on your computer – only when absolutely necessary, and to avoided as much as possible!

  • HwyXingFrog

    Yeah, I thought that AIO video was a bunch of BS. I was thinking “Can’t BlueStacks already do something like this”.

    Oh well, to each their own.

    I’m way more interested in what is coming for Sub-$200 tablets this year. Hopefully it takes a big dent in Apple’s sales of the iPod touch and iPad.