With the gradual emergence of tablet on the market with operating system Windows 7, raises some interesting new software, announced in the past days, which would run, even OSE Redmond, a large number of applications developed for Android.
Bluestack, the name of the program, it uses the virtualization capabilities provided by modern CPUs to make applications for the Google OS work fine alongside those for Windows. Even better, BlueStacks is able to exploit the Windows driver, making possible such operations as, for example, printing applications from Android, or the use of Skype and other similar applications with full support for Android in webcam and microphone, without any kind of problem.
Unfortunately BlueStacks will only be available from later this year. Not Every cloud has a silver lining, however. It is hoped that, by that time, be able to be compatible with newer versions of Android, from the current 2.2.
[Via Geeky-Gadgets ]