We first introduced Cotton Candy almost a year ago, where the device promised to offer a Linux-on-a-stick with a twist.
The general specifications of Cotton Candy haven't changed since our previous announcement, it still features a dual-core 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A9, a quad-core ARM Mali-400MP graphics core, capable of pushing 30 million polygons per second and 1GB of RAM.
An additional microUSB slot has been made available for connection to USB peripheral devices and the stick itself has received a makeover.
Since the announcement of CC's $199 price-tag, similar products have cropped-up for half the the price, however Cotton Candy remains unique in offering virtualisation solutions that allow the stick's operating system to be accessed securely from a computer running Linux, Mac or Windows, allowing owners to make use of existing screens and peripherals, as opposed to the use of a HDMI-enabled TV/monitor.
The device is now, at-last, in-stock and available for purchase, however, be warned, software is still considered to be in the development stage.