FXI's Cotton Candy created a market for Android powered USB PC. FXI is selling its Cotton Candy for US $200, and now there is a competitor.
The Verge is reporting MK802, a USB PC running Android 4.0. The manufacturer of the device is unknown. Unlike Cotton candy there are no connectors so you will need cables to connect it to your TV or other devices. The device is priced at $74, which is competing. But the support for the device is unclear as we have no report on who the manufacturer is.
The device has a MicroSC card slot for storage and a built-in Wifi so that you can easily hook it to the network.
With these limitation would you buy a $74 MK802 over FXI's Cotton Candy?