Small Computer | World`s Smallest Pc?

Engineered by the FXI technology group based in Trondheim, Norway with operations in South Korea and California, the driving force behind the Cstick cotton candy technology is to make the world of digital screens smart and personal.

FXI technologies has developed one of the world`s smallest computers, but i am wondering if this is a mimic of the the Rasberry Pi computer developed by scientists and developers of the Rasberry Foundation based in the Uk or is it something totally.Actually it has the same concept behind it`s design  but i am thinking it`s much better than the Rasberry Pi seen here.

Looking at the Cstick "cotton candy" system you would mistake it for just a usb removable drive because it is very tiny in size.The Cstick comes pack with a 1.2Ghz dual core ARM Cortex A9 processor, and a 1GHZ quad core ARM mali-400 GPU.It has support for 1GB of DRAM a 64GB storage capacity which uses a microSD card slot and has support for Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n.Being a computer of the future the cotton candy system is compatabile with most usb keyboards and usb mice.

Starting at only $199 you too can have Cstick  "cotton candy" system here ,i think i will consider buying one.The cotton candy system has been selling like wild since March and it still seems to be getting alot of buzz.

Video of the Cstick Cotton Candy System

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