How to choose the right memory card for Raspberry Pi?
Raspberry Pi memory cards vary in capacity, read and write speed, so they have different parameters that you can precisely match to your needs. First of all, the memory card should correspond to the purpose of the device. Therefore, before buying, consider how and for what purpose you will use Raspberry. An 8 GB memory card, as well as a low write and read speed, will be a good choice for those who plan to use it with a simple mobile robot. We will need much more memory for a device designed for playback of full-length, high-resolution films. Then a memory card with a capacity of up to 32 GB, read speeds of up to 100 MB/sec and write speeds of up to 15 MB/sec will be a better choice for you.
The memory cards you will find in our store are multipurpose and versatile. They are not only perfect for Raspberry Pi but also for other devices. If you are planning to use it in your tablet, smartphone, GoPRO camera or digital camera, you will also need a large memory and good read speed. Also make sure that you have a special adapter included so that you can read and save the data stored on the card to your desktop or laptop. Most of the cards we offer have such an adapter included.
A wide range of memory cards for Raspberry Pi
The memory card plays an extremely important role in both saving and reading data, so you should choose one that has good technical parameters and comes from a well-known and respected manufacturer. The memory cards available in our shop come from Raspberry Pi, Sandisk, Toshiba, Goodram, Imro, Kingston and OEM, among others. Their memory is 8 GB, 16 GB or 32 GB, read speed: 30 MB/sec, 40 MB/sec, 45 MB/sec, 60 MB/sec, 80 MB/sec or 100 MB/sec, while writing speeds are 10 MB/sec or 15 MB/sec. Some of the card models presented by us have a special system - system installer, which allows to install Linux or Windows smoothly. In our shop you will also find memory cards with OpenElec operating system, which you can use to create your private home entertainment center. Your Raspberry Pi board is located in a hard to reach place? In that case, you will need a microSD card slot extension. This will make it much easier for you to use it, especially if you frequently update the data stored on it. The products available include microSD cards as well as memory cards with adapters for reading data from the card on computers. The memory cards are fully compatible with all Raspberry Pi models, allowing you to use them in any way you like, regardless of the type of Raspberry you own.