Ultra-portable Thumb Drive Computer

FXI just announced an ultra-portable computer the size of a thumb drive. The device is called Cotton Candy and is described as a "companion adapter", because not only does it connect to any HDMI display to operate as a computer, but it can connect to just about any computer (Mac, Linux, or Windows) and run as a virtual machine to be used and saved on the fly.

 
The Coton Candy is designed as an ulta-portable solution to access your content on any computer and screen with a consistent experience. It has the power to store information, browse the web, watch 1080P content, and access apps and games from any HDMI screen or computer and can be controlled via Bluetooth devices, such as a smart phone or a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse.
 
 
Curious about the power behind this device? It features a dual-core A9 proccessor running at 1.2Ghz, a Quad-croe ARM Mali graphics processor that is more than capable of handing 1080P video and the top Android games, 1GB of RAM, up to 64GB of onboard storage via a microSD slot, and has USB, HDMI, WiFi, and Bluetooth connections.
 
More detailed specs are listed below:
 
Specs:
¤   Dual Cortex A9 @ 1.2 GHz with NEON extensions
¤   Quad-Core ARM Mali-400MP @ 266MHz, OpenGL ES v2.0, 30M Polys/s, 1.2 GPixels/s.
¤   1GB DRAM
¤   Up to 64GB of storage, microSDHC
¤   1080p video (MPEG-4, H.264, H.263, MPEG2, VC1 )
¤   802.11 b/g/n Wifi
¤   Bluetooth v2.1
¤   USB 2.0
¤   HDMI 1.4
 
Software:
¤   Android OS
¤   Ubuntu
¤   Virtualization client for Windows, Linux, Mac, embeded
 
      
 
 
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