The Cotton Candy looks like a regular USB stick, however this little USB device is powered by a 1.2GHZ Samsung Exynos ARM Central Processing Unit, ARM Mali-400 Mega Pixel GPU having quad-core, supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and has a micro SD card slot along with the HDMI jack located at the other end. Isn’t that so amazing? It is certainly an achievement by FXI when BlueStacks is trying to achieve the same through software; FXI has done it already.
An Interesting Device
Undoubtedly, it is a fairly interesting gadget. The overall setup makes it user-friendly as one can easily switch back and forth between Android and OS X. Android 2.3 is separated launched in a window when you plug-in the device with your Macbook Air’s USB port. Playing Angry Birds is going to be so much of fun with the touchpad. At the moment, FXI is trying level hard to get more and more companies by its side which will help it market the product better. The Cotton Candy is expected to hit the markets in the second half of 2012 carrying a price tag “under $200”.