Android_x86 is a bit of an odd contender to be included in this Roundup because it’s actually designed to be a distribution. As mentioned earlier, you can use the rpm file to install it and run your laptop as an Android device. When you reboot into it, you can immediately log into your usual user profile and install applications from Google Play. This makes for a truly responsive device because the underlying system is smaller. You could, of course, tweak your Linux install instead. When you emulate, you run into similar resource issues as with the other emulators in this Roundup, but they’re less severe. This package is by far the best for using applications, but we would recommend it for testing purposes unless you specifically want to develop for Android_x86. There are no simulation of cameras and turning the device from profile to landscape mode, so verifying such functions won’t work in this emulator.