The Cotton Candy is a USB stick computer that provides a single and secure point of access to user cloud services and apps using preferred operating system. This PC on a stick represents a new breed of thumb sized computer category and was the first of its kind as an any screen microcomputer. It is designed to be a single hardware/software cross platform offering the same graphics performance. This means the Cotton Candy, utilizing its patented any screen architecture, can be used with laptop and PC screens, as well as HDMI displays and TV.
The Cotton Candy provides security to data and data access by making data stored in the cloud or company controlled servers. A lost Cotton Candy device does not compromise data since data is not on the device itself. Other features include wireless connectivity, Bluetooth support, customizable, support for open source platform like Android and Linux, and decreased BYOD risks.
The Cotton Candy was the first generation of Cstick device platforms developed by Norwegian company FXI Technologies.
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