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Posted by on Sep 29, 2012 in Hardware News |

AMD and BlueStacks Android leading applications to Windows with AppZone

AMD and BlueStacks Android leading applications to Windows with AppZone

A little less than a year, we learned that AMD was joining forces with BlueStacks , with the goal of bringing Applications to the Windows environment. And now, the first fruit of this partnership is realized with AppZone.

The is the host application that is installed and to download any of the thousands that are available from the official site of AMD . The main idea of this is to bring mobile applications to larger screens, and especially now that has been included in several models of tablets.

AMD uses AppZone Layercake technology, and although it can also be used independently BlueStacks on Intel-based computers, the great grace of AppZone is that has been optimized for the CPU, GPU and APU AMD brand, offering superior performance (according to them) in both and Windows 8.

The impression is that this move by AMD and BlueStacks comes at a good time, on the eve of the launch of the new operating system from Microsoft. And is that Windows 8 will debut its own app store, but the numerical advantage of Android is quite significant today, so surely that many people prefer to go for the simplest rather than wait for your favorite applications are developed for the mobile environment and Windows Touch.

Those who want to take a look, and can do so by choosing Angry Birds or your favorite entertainment application.

- AMD AppZone

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