The makers of the $35 computer are working hard to bring Android 4.0 to the device.
Currently, the mini computer runs Linux, however the developers have just announced that they are working hard to bring Google’s Android operating system, most commonly found on phones, to the computer. They claim to be making “great progress”, with hardware-accelerated graphics and video already working, along with some other features.
If you want to but a Pi though, it might be harder than you think. Since it was launched in February, the Raspberry Pi has been in huge demand, and some shops are still handling backorders for it.
If you do manage to get your hands on one though, or if you already have one, then ICS will be a great addition to the device, allowing you to hook it up to a TV or similar device and access all Android content.