FXI Launches Cotton Candy Developers Site-Taking Pre-Orders
Remember the USB stick computer, FXI Cotton Candy. Well you can now pre-order yours via cstick.com. In its tiny little gut the Cotton candy houses a 1.2GHz Samsung Exynos ARM CPU, quad-core GPU ARM Mali-400 MP , Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, micro SD card slot for storage(64Gb max), and a HDMI jack on the opposite end. . 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. The company hopes to make it a mini game centric machine and the company will include the Polkast app for easy access to content and will also bundle games with the system — though it’s not yet able to share specific titles. The FXI Cotton Candy will be available in March for $199. Stay tuned as Booredatwork will be working with FXI to give you a first hand look at the unit and full review.
FXI Launches Cotton Candy Developers Site, Take Pre-Orders
TRONDHEIM, Norway and BARCELONA, Spain -26 Feb. 2012 @ Showstoppers MWC – FXI Technologies, Inc. today introduced the launch of cstick.com, a community website and technical forum where Cotton Candy development units are immediately available for pre-order.
“The world is anxiously awaiting Cotton Candy’s release,” said Borgar Ljosland, CEO and founder of FXI. “We’ve had interest in the any screen computer for everything from portable set top box gaming and entertainment to mobile any screen computing, in addition to a host of specialized medical, automotive and other applications. The size, raw horsepower and combined HDMI, USB and MicroUSB connectivity bring unprecedented flexibility to the portable market.”
On display at this week’s Mobile World Congress tradeshow in the Innovation Norway Booth (Hall 2.0-2A67), Cotton Candy is the world’s first any screen cloud computer, weighing only 21 grams. It’s unique architecture will allow the device to serve as an ideal companion to smartphones, tablets, notebook PCs and Macs as well as will add smart capabilities to existing displays, set top boxes and game consoles.
Specifications include an 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.
To join the Cotton Candy development community, visit www.cstick.com.