If you want to run Android on your desktop, or laptop you should give Android-x86 a try. Version 4.4-r3 is just released and it runs on the Linux 4.0.8 kernel.
Android-x86 is based on 4.4 KitKat and features good Intel Bay Trail support, together with hardware acceleration for Nouveau and VMware’s VMWgfx Gallium3D drivers.
This release contains a lot of improvements including
- Upgrade the kernel to 4.0.8 with more drivers enabled to support modern hardware.
- Baytrail platform is well supported.
- Replace Bluedroid by the Bluez stack. Bluetooth is more stable and usable.
- Be able to install image and grub2-efi to GPT partitioned disks.
- Add a new sensor HAL to support iio style sensors.
- Update Mesa to 10.5.9. Enable hardware acceleration for Nvidia chips (nouveau) and
- VMware (vmwgfx).
- Improve the GPS HAL.
- Merge updates from upstream.
- More bugfixes.
You can download Android-x86 4.4-r3 here.