"Emulated software, though, often delivers a compromised experience. On other platforms, the BlueStacks app player has been prone to lag and crashing (it’s labelled as beta software). Don't be surprised to see more of the same on the Surface-optimized version.
"Additionally, most of the Android apps available in BlueStacks are blown-up phone apps: hardly ideal for Surface’s spacious 10.6-inch screen.
"BlueStacks also doesn’t run on Surface Pro’s baby brother, Surface with Windows RT. Surface RT, whose software situation is much more dire than Surface Pro (it only runs Windows Store apps) is left out of the Android fun."