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NanoPi NEO Air

Release of the NanoPi NEO Air once again suggests the significance of compact, smaller and lightweight boards. You’ll be amazed to know that the NEO Air weighs only 7.5-grams. The board is quite identical to the Raspberry Pi Zero in term of features added to it. It gets power from Allwinner H3 based 32-bit (Cortex A7) Quad-core processor with the capacity of running at (1.2 GHz) added with RAM of 512 MB and one micro SD slot. Surprisingly, the magnificently designed board is 12 percent smaller and much quicker than Raspberry Pi zero. Its 24 pin header has a compatibility with Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pin- headers. There is no output connector (HDMI) in the board thus making it suitable only for headless applications.


  • Allwinner H3 based (Quad-Core, Cortex-A7) running at 1.2GHz max
  • DDR3 (512MB)
  • WiFi (802.11b/g/n)
  • Bluetooth (4.0 Dual Mode)
  • (0.5mm pitch) FPS Seat Camera support (DVP) 24 pin
  • eMMC storage (8GB) supported
  • MicroUSB power supply (OTG) configuration support of (5V/2A) DC
  • One MicroSD Slot
  • 54mm pitch 4 pin (Debug Serial Port)
  • 54mm 4-pin and 24-pin GPIO including (UART, SPI, and 12C)
  • The Board weighs only 7.5 grams
  • PCB (Six Layers)
  • 12-pin (2.54mm pitch) GPIO (Including 2x USB, SPDIF, IR and I2C)
  • Suitable working temperature ranges (-40℃ to 80℃)
  • Six-Layer PCB
  • The Board has a dimension of (40mm x 40mm)
  • Supportive configuration for eFlasher, U-Boot and Operating Systems of Ubuntu-Core


The NanoPi NEO Air is, in fact, a success in terms of producing an efficiently working development board that is light-weight and incredibly thin and small in size. As it is mentioned earlier that the board weighs 7.5 grams; there is one point to make it very clear that weight of pin headers is apart. Coming towards conclusion, FriendlyArm remains successful in introducing a masterpiece for its users.