FXI 'Cotton Candy' is the Smallest Ever PC Device

By: Senduran Bhakthakumaran - Published: • References: gizmodo & geeky-gadgets
The FXI 'Cotton Candy' is the world's smallest ever PC device. One can fit multiple Cotton Candy devices within their palms and its usage is highly versatile, offering ease of transport while maintaining high definition capabilities. The device directly relates to the overlying theme of technological advancements in gadgetry, which results in devices that are getting smaller and smaller.

The FXI Cotton Candy comes with a Samsung-built A9 processor and HDMI-out as well. It is WiFi capable and sports a Micro USB port which makes this device highly compatible with a variety of external devices without compromising quality of performance for size. To add to this, Android and Ubuntu are already part of the OS and it can handle high-definition video formats such as MPEG-4 and H.264. In tech terms, splitting this device open would be like splitting an atom. How can so much be packed into something so small? Stats for USB Super Computers Trending: Older & Average
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