Android is a very flexible platform that can be used on a variety of devices. For example, Android TV has been modified specifically for TVs and digital media players. The difference between the experience of the entire Android TV and the ordinary Android system is mainly reflected in its interface. The former focuses on voice search and content discovery. Imagine that if the same experience can be transferred to desktops and laptops running on Intel (or AMD) processors, this is what Android TV x86 will do.
Android TV x86 system which supports the x86 processor on the PC, and aims to allow users to obtain applications, games and media content on a large-screen PC. The local area network, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and sound can all be normal Works because the ROM is rooted in the Android-x86 project. The initial version is based on Android 9 Pie, and its system requirements mention a 1.2 GHz dual-core 64-bit capable processor and an Intel/NVIDIA/AMD GPU with 64MB cache. The minimum requirements are quite low.
Due to the lack of Widevine L1 certification, services such as Netflix or Amazon Prime Video cannot provide high-definition video streaming. If you already have an idle PC, you can try it. After all, Android TV x86 is completely free.