Originally Posted by seriousjoker
2. Android OS exists in desktop now, with Windows 8 non user friend reputation keeps going on, Android OS may gains market %.
Not really, the closest I've ever seen was a dual-booting netbook running Gingerbread (may have been Honeycomb... ages ago)
I would not want Android on the desktop, I would rather have Windows 8 then that. Ignorning the ARM/x86 issue, Android is really....lightweight. I mean, it flies on tablets - why would I want an i7 running it? Plus, I don't believe Android has much in the way of GPU drivers (except for the tablet GPUs). Sure, gaming on Android has come on leaps and bounds since the GPUs have become more powerful, but I'd never consider an Android tablet my primary gaming machine. It's more targetting the Nintendo DS market, rather than the Xbox/PC market