BlueStacks and AMD have partnered to make Android-enabled tablets, notebooks, 2-1 PCs and desktops available at a retailer near you.
The complete Google Android Jelly Bean experience is now enabled on Microsoft Windows-based AMD devices. Consumers can easily access both Windows and Android environments side-by-side on AMD PCs. Consumers can also synchronize their favorite apps, photos and sms from their Android smartphone to the PC.
With a suggested retail price of $39.95, the “Android on Windows” software opens up the ecosystem of hundreds of thousands of Android games and apps on AMD-powered Windows 8 devices.
AMD’s Android-enabled PCs will be available in retail in the second half of 2014.