Great question! Mirakle worked pretty great, but still requires your machine to be able to handle Android Studio itself. On my chromebook for example, while it technicallly can run Android Studio, just opening it and indexing would hogg almost all the resources.
What I also like about Projector is that I can use any computer at home, just open a browser and start coding exactly where i left it on another device. It really feels like a "setup once, access from anywhere" approach.