The latest version available for download is based on Google Android 1.6 Donut. It includes a number of tweaks that help the OS to run smoothly on x86-based notebooks, especially netbooks. That means Android-x86 can handle screen resolutions much higher than those typically found on smartphones. It also supports OpenGL graphics on machines with Intel 915 and 945 chipsets, which covers most Intel Atom powered netbooks.
There’s support for WiFi, Ethernet, and Bluetooth connections. And if you’re using an Asus Eee PC, the Fn key combinations should work out of the box. The new version includes improved keyboard support, touchscreen support for some machines including the Asus Eee PC T91 and Eee Top, and auto-mounting of USB drives and flash cards.