OnLive's Desktop service is available for Android tablets, allowing owners to access a copy of Windows 7 with a variety of apps including Microsoft Office running in the cloud. We first got a taste of OnLive Desktop back in January for the iPad, with it even making an appearance in The Vergecast at CES, and found it slick and responsive. OnLive's CEO Steve Perlman describes Android as "a great platform for OnLive Desktop," specifically calling out the availability of LTE and support for USB keyboards and mice as major benefits.
The basic OnLive Desktop service is free, which gives you access to your own thin client, 2GB of storage, and access to all of the apps. For $4.99 per month, users are also given access to other cloud storage services (e.g. Dropbox) and the gigabit-accelerated web browser we played with a couple of weeks ago. It's currently available in the US only, but if you want to give it a try, you can grab it from the Android Market now.