Computer builders have found a cheap way to build cheap gaming computers, using a cheap computer chip, which can also be used to build desktop computers.
The chip used is the ARM Cortex-A9 microarchitecture, which is a low-cost version of the A9 microprocessor used in most high-end smartphones.
The design is based on the ARMv8 architecture, which was developed by the ARM Research and Development Laboratory (ARL) and used in phones for the last 10 years.
A new chip called ARM Cortex A9+ is based around the same microarchode as the one used in the A7 processors, but has a faster ARMv7-based ARMv6 core.
That chip is the same chip used in Google’s Pixel phones.
Google’s latest Pixel phones include the ARM-powered Snapdragon 835 processor, and the chip can also run Android 7.1 Nougat, a new version of Android that has not been available for some time.
“We’ve found the cheapest way to do this,” Adam Bessinger, a former Android security researcher and the lead designer of the Google Pixel phones, told me.
Google is still working out a release date for the ARM chip.
But it is looking to be available by summer of 2018, he said.
The Google Pixel line of phones has a 5.7-inch touchscreen display, but you can buy a smaller version with a 4.8-inch display for $100.
There are also plans to release an Android 7 smartphone, but no official release date has been set.