The file to be download is around 800+ mb, and then after installation, it will require additional files to be downloaded (if i’m not mistaken, additional file is around 1 GB). So make sure you’ll have a stable internet connection or use a download manager.
After It seems a bit more slower than the old Eclipse IDE, but i love how it is more comprehensive.
Also, if you are new to Android development, you might feel a bit overwhelmed on the stuff that will be presented at you once you get past the project creation wizard. The Android Studio consumes around 400 MB of memory when running – i have 4 GB ram running on a Windows 8 O.S. The studio lags or hang up when i problably lacks resource, I run it sometimes with Visual Studio and SQL Server – so i tend to those IDE first when doing Android development.
So, where you able to test the new Android Studio? Let us know what you think