Memory card for Raspberry Pi

In the category “memory Cards Raspberry Pi” we offer a wide range of memory cards, designed for mounting on printed circuit boards, the Raspberry Pi. Our maps are read speed of 30 MB/sec to 100 MB/sec, write 10 MB/sec to 15 MB/sec and capacities from 8 GB to 32 GB. When you purchase the development Board Raspberry Pi it is worth remembering that such devices do not have built-in memory - have a specially prepared pocket for memory cards microSD.


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Memory card for Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi Board was designed to occupy as little space as possible. Therefore not taken into account in the internal memory - was at that time equipped with slots for memory cards microSD. The products we offer often have sets of special adapters that can read data from card to computer using a full-sized SD cards.

What we offer in this category?

In stock we have, among other things, a special extension slot for memory cards microSD. You can use it, for example, at the moment when the plate is in hard accessible place, but its use requires frequent updates of data that results from the download to the map. In this situation, you can use this type of relief. The main product in this category microSD. We offer components manufactured at well-known and respected manufacturers from around the world, among other things, Goodram, Imro, Kingston, OEM, Raspberry Pi, Sandisk, Toshiba. Speed reading with these cards is 30 Mbps, 40 Mbps, 45 Mbps, 60 MB/s 80 MB/s or 100 MB/s and write speed of 10 MB/sec or 15 MB/sec. We offer memory 8 GB, 16 GB or 32 GB. Most cards have a special system for the majority of the Noobs, that is the so-called installer (which ensures proper installation even Linux or Windows). We also have a memory card, which gives an operating system OpenElec - it allows you to create a home entertainment centre type MediaCenter.

How to choose the right memory card?

Before buying the first thing to think about is what will be used the Raspberry Pi Board itself. If it was a main logic pattern for a simple mobile robot, this memory of 8 GB and a speed of writing and reading fits very well. And if the device is to be used, for example, to play films in high definition that best fit the map to a larger volume and the maximum possible reading speed. Also worth bearing in mind that in the case of frequent tile map can also be used for other devices, such as smartphone, tablet or digital camera.