Cloud computing is making headways, and services like Onlive are a nice feature. It's nice to play PC games on any PC, and now Android tablets and phones on the go. I was a skeptic. I was the first to go "It isn't going to work". The first to say "it must lag like crazy with inputs". OK. I was wrong. So I wanted to try it on the tablet. After all the Acer A500 is a fully tested and recommended tablet by Onlive.com. The USB connector a plus for plugging in an Xbox 360 controller, or mouse and keyboard combo. I ran the app and was suprised how good it was. Basically a portable console/PC on the go. Stable over wifi. Stable when I use my Droid charge as a mobile hotspot in 4g LTE (my phone is tweaked so battery life is longer). Now I do hope Onlive gets more games faster. It is still a great deal tho. I can play games on my tv/pc, and continue on my tablet when away. The next Onlive service is Onlive Desktop. A Windows 7 desktop and MS office 2010 cloud computer. Login with your exsisting account, and you have access to MS office software, windows media center, photo editors. More storage (2gig+) will cost a little per month, the free version doesn't allow internet explorer use. Still a good concept if you need to do power point, MS word, and excel on the go. Onlive has struck deals with Vizio and some other tv makers to include it in there Internet ready TV's. Now it seems they will do the same with teh A700 line of acers and include the wireless controller with Acer tabs.