19 November 2011

Dual-Core Android PC on a Stick Please!

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Pardon the mess.

The best of technology innovations always come on a tiny package. Take for example, Bose technology of speakers. Bose's technology in making quality speakers is one of the best in the world. Now, a new technology is on the making that emulates smartphone technology right at everyone's fingertip.

The great thing about this new technology is that you can make use of your very own TV via HDMI, laptop or even old PCs with USB to convert it into an Android PC.

FXI's Cotton Candy is a dual-core Android PC on a stick. It may look like a common USB device but inside - a 1.2 Ghz Samsung Exynos ARM CPU, ARM Mali-400 MP quad-core GPU, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, micro SD card slot for storage, and a HDMI jack on the opposite end (according to theverge's website). The Verge conducted a few test runs already and was able to play Angry Birds on a Mac PC.

It is still under development and will probably out on the market next year with a price less than $200.


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