As referenced here, I recently decided to give the latest iteration of several Android emulators another shot, and have found AMIDuOS to be quite successful in executing the majority of my Android applications. Impressively, it runs my Fruity Loops Mobile and Cross DJ apps, with little to no lag even under moderate loads. Clash of Clans, Pot Farmer, South Park Pinball, GTA: Chinatown Wars, all run excellent. Some tweaks I have made are to create a custom shortcut which executes the AMIDuOS engine in High priority mode, and I have very few issues with most applications. I have recently become engrossed in Hitman: Sniper, and it has some lag issues which I am attempting to resolve. The game runs stellar on my Quad core snapdragon handset but has some skipping issues when under moderate loads. I could not install the game directly, the Playstore was throwing a 963 error which breaks down to many things, in this case it was an issue with the way AMIDuOS is representing "external SDCard" storage. The solution for this game (and games like it), was to download the game to my android device proper, and then copy the data files to the Asus where I can move them into the AMIDuOS system under the appropriate location, and then install the App using playstore as usual. The playstore will detect the data, download and missing or needed updates, shortcuts, etc and link all needed files to play the game or launch the app. I cannot seem to adjust the amount of memory DuOS is sharing with windows, the configuration tool has a slider. This seems to be locked in the ~600mb position leaving 1.4GB for Windows 8.1. I am unsure if this is a limitation of the trial or a limitation of windows (I cannot drop it below 1.4gb or Windows will poop itself). For now, it's a very acceptable solution for breathing life into a device I have used very little since it's purchase. And swapping back and forth between the layers is very simple, allowing me to use Windows and Android on the same tablet, at the same time, with little drawback. And the AMIDuOS let's me share my windows data, providing me with access to my Windows files using hyperlinks in the configuration tool. I will more than likely be registering this when it expires (30 day trial to give it a good fettering). Input and thoughts welcome.