The idea of Android running on a Windows-based PC certainly isn’t anything new, but software company BlueStacks is cranking it up a notch to show you just how well it can be done.
Currently in demo status, BlueStacks is essentially a Parallels-type clone for Windows that allows you to virtualize Android. There’s no dual-booting necessary, as everything is ran right through Windows, and Android is allowed to take full advantage of the already installed library of drivers — Meaning things like printing from Android has never been easier.
According to SlashGear, who got to take the first look at the software, BlueStacks will be available for download later this year. Would you be interested in complete Android virtualization on your Windows PC? Let us know in the comments below.