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Raspberry Pi RPI NOOBS SDHC 32 GB (class 10)

Micro SD 32GB class 4 card with NOOBS for RPi

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ID: 561100

6,18€ gross (23% VAT)
5,03€ net

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Data sheet

Card typemicro SDHC
Card capacity32GB
Card class10
Read speedup to 40MB/s
Write speedup to 15MB/s
Operating systemNOOBS

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SDHC Kingston card (32 GB) preloaded with NOOBS operation software for Raspberry Pi computers. NOOBS is an easy operating system installer which contains Raspbian. It also provides a selection of alternative operating systems which are then downloaded from the internet and installed.

Downloading and compiling packages on the Raspberry Pi can be cumbersome and time consuming even for seasoned engineers. If you just want that Raspberry Pi to work without hours of programming and struggles you will be happy to learn about the new NOOBS installation program.

NOOBS will help you install the most popular operating systems on your Raspberry Pi. You can pick which operating system you would like on your Raspberry Pi between the following:

  • Archlinux
  • OpenELEC
  • Pidora
  • RaspBMC
  • Raspbian (Recommended)
  • RiscOS

Installing the recommended Raspbian OS will give you a clean install ready to be used for any project your wish – but you are still going to install whatever extra software you want. More interesting is the OpenELEC and RaspBMC installation. These are out-of-the-box media center installations that will turn your Raspberry Pi into a media center in minutes.

What is also cool is that while the NOOBS system installs your selected operating system the loading screen will tell you more about the Raspberry Pi, operating systems and how to use them.

Once NOOBS have installed your OS of choice on your Raspberry Pi, the Raspberry Pi will now boot up in the OS every time you power up the pi. But NOOBS will still be present on the SD card ready to help you if you need it. By holding shift while booting you will boot into the NOOBS recovery interface – from here you can switch operating system, overwrite a corrupted SD card or access a browser so you can Google your problem if you are stuck.

Login to the system:

Login: root
password: raspberry