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FXI Taking Preorders for Cotton Candy USB Computer

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When we first saw the FXI Cotton Candy, a dual-core Android / Ubuntu computer on a USB stick, we were blown away by the unique device’s tiny size and enormous promise, but we were also left wondering when we could buy one.

This week at Mobile Wold Congress, FXI took its diminutive device to the next level, as it started taking preorders for a Cotton Candy development kit, announced partnerships with the Polkcast content-sharing service and Extent’s Gametanium gaming service, and showed off a new, more-polished industrial design for the computer’s casing.

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