[citation][nom]g00fysmiley[/nom]powered by ivy bridge so no, they are actual x86 systems not arm processor so no anrdoid wouldn't function our of the box on it, though there are some projdect ou tthere for ports to android on x86[/citation]
Intel has android on x86 and has for a while now. few smartphones out there with atom cores in them
[citation][nom]hate machine[/nom]A new OS Hipster is born.[/citation]New? Trolldier has been trollin' for some time. He's really predictable though.[citation][nom]redyellowblueblast[/nom]I just like the Android environment much more then Windows 8.[/citation]There are tons of Android tablets out there. You could totally go buy one, and use it to not post in articles about Win8 tablets asking if there's an Android version.
Now if only we could get an X86 Windows Phone.... that would be worth talking about.
I feel that MS made a big blunder coming out with ARM based Windows products in the first place. That is a big part of why the phones don't sell and why RT tablets do poorly. An x86 phone though would be something else.