The FXI Cotton Candy has been named the world's smallest computer developed by FXI Technologies, Inc. out of Norway. How does this device work? Basically, it's cloud computing where you access your data though a service. Then you simply connect the device to any display and you can access games, application, movies, ect. When this device was announced, I immediately thought of SmartTVs. Cotton Candy can turn any display into a computer screen via HDMI or USB.
The specs for the Cotton Candy are pretty impressive.
ARM® Cortex™-A9 (1GHz) CPU from Samsung, an ARM Mali™-400 MP (Quad-core, 1.2GHz) GPU, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, HDMI output and the Android operating system. It decodes MPEG-4, H.264 and other video formats and display HD graphics on any HDMI equipped screen. Operating systems supported to date include Android Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich as well as Ubuntu. On-screen content can be controlled a wide variety of ways – wirelessly using smartphones with an app, Bluetooth peripherals like mice and RF remote controls; or by leveraging a notebook's integrated keyboard and touchpad. ~ FXITECH.COM
The Cotton Candy will definitely make an impact in the computing world. A computer in your pocket is so futuristic but it's now available for pre-order. Find out more information on FXITech's website.
FXI Cotton Candy Release Date: Available for preorder
FXI Cotton Candy Price: $199.99