The good news keeps rolling in for BlueStacks , the startup best known for making technology that enables one and all to download and use Android applications on their desktop PCs — and more recently, their Macs . In anticipation of CES, the company announced today that it has secured a global distribution deal with Chinese PC maker, Lenovo . Lenovo, which some say recently surpassed HP as the largest maker of PCs , now hawks ultrabooks, convertibles and desktops and has been aggressively integrating Windows 8 into its product lines and pushing touch technology upgrades into its laptops. With its new distribution agreement with BlueStacks, Lenovo will begin preloading BlueStacks’ software and service in its Idea-branded PCs — Lenovo’s consumer line, which represents about 40 million units. The deal, which has been slowly formulated over the last six months, is the latest in a series of similar distribution agreements for BlueStacks, which now includes Asus, MSI and AMD.
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