Android* on Tablets or Laptop by Yourself? You Can Get Everything You Need From Intel's New Open Source Android Site: 01.ORG

If you are thinking of putting the latest Android* 4.2 Jelly Bean on  a laptop or PC currently running Linux, Windows, or Mac OS with working Internet connection, all you need is a 1GB or larger USB thumb drive and go to Intel's new Android on Intel Architecture Open Source site: 01.ORG. Currently,  there are Android Jellybean installer for generic IvyBridge system as well as target devices like: Acer Iconia W700, Lenovo X220t, Lenovo X230T, Samsung XE700T   available.

Android on Intel® Architecture (Android-IA) is an open source project based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP). Intel is a contributor to the AOSP and provides code for enabling Android on Intel Architecture platforms. Intel will continue to push code upstream to AOSP, but in some cases patches for specific hardware platforms may exist that have not yet made it upstream, or which AOSP is unable to host.

01.ORG will make binaries and sample source code available on and, in doing so, provide a launch pad from which system developers can pursue IA-based Android projects. The code will run on specific, commercially available IA-based systems, and will need to be modified and extended for any commercial application. Further details on supported devices are available in the devices documentation.

Android is designed and optimized by Google for phones and tablets with touch screens, motion and location sensors, and mobile connectivity, such as Wi-Fi and cellular. See the Quick Start to know how to get Android-IA installed on your device. You can also refer  Developers Documentation for information on downloading, building, and working with the source