Why Nixa is launching an ARM-based Raspberry Pi port

The Raspberry Pi has been a staple of the tech world for a long time, and the company has a reputation for making a good product.

But in recent years, the company announced plans to bring the hardware back into the mainstream with an ARM port of the Raspberry Pi Zero, which will ship in the second half of this year.

Nixas new Raspberry Pi 8+ version is based on the ARMv8a architecture and ships with an Intel Core i7 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a USB-C port.

The device ships with a 16GB SD card and a 512MB flash memory card.

The port also comes with a built-in webcam, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.

If the new version is any indication, Nixias Raspberry Pi team will be taking a look at other ARM architectures as they decide which ARM-compatible Raspberry Pi to add to its lineup. 

In a blog post on the company’s site, Naxas engineers explained the motivation behind the port: It’s important to us that we are bringing our Raspberry Pi platform to a wider audience.

In our opinion, the most important part of the new Raspberry Pis is the addition of an ARM CPU, and ARM CPUs are available on a wide range of platforms.

We are also confident that the Raspberry PI platform can be built with the same quality and ease of use as the Raspberry Pis we already sell.

Nixas Raspberry Pi is powered by an ARMv7 CPU, which is supported by a Broadcom BCM2836 quad-core processor.

The Raspberry Pis Raspberry Pi 2 models ship with an AMD A10 GPU, which supports the same features as the one found in the Raspberry pi Zero, like Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi–Fi Direct.

The Raspberry Pi will come with a Micro SD card slot, but there’s no way to add more storage.

Instead, Nuxas plans to make use of the microSD slot for storing additional modules, like the Raspberry Zero, the Pi 2, and more.

The company says the module capacity will be around the same as that of the Pi Zero.

The new Raspberry PI models will ship with a Wi–fi card slot and a Bluetooth 4 antenna.

The new Raspberry pi also ships with support for a Raspberry Pi Camera module, and Nixs team is considering adding a third camera module.

The camera modules will be available in both 128GB and 256GB versions, and will be priced at $35 and $40 respectively.

Nuxias will also offer the Pi Camera modules for $12.99, or $13.99 for the 128GB model, but those prices will be subject to change.

Naxa’s new Raspberrypi 8+ will also include the new Pi Camera Module, a USB 3.0 hub, and Bluetooth 4 adapter.

The company will be launching its first official Raspberry Pi device in June, and it will likely be a device with the RaspberryPi nameplate, not the Pi brand.

The initial Raspberry Pi models are scheduled to ship in March of next year.