The FXI Cotton Candy is a sweet little memory stick looking thing which carries Android and a dual core processor for ultimate portability.
In its small housing it packs smartphone parts such as a dual-core 1.2Ghz Samsung Exynos processor, ARM GPU for 1080p video outpit, Wi-Fi, HDMI, Bluetooth, MicroSD card slot and 1GB of built-in storage. The small powerhouse comes with Android Gingerbread and when plugged into a computer it will pop up the Android OS in a separate window on your computer. You can then use Android right on your PC, play games and run apps. With the HDMI connectivity you can connect it to your TV, making your TV smart.
Unfortunately with it not being supported by Google there is no access to the official Android market. FXI are however working to put a third-party app store together.
TheVerge reports that the device will be well under $200 and should come out in the second half of 2012.