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8GB Noobs SD Card for Raspberry Pi

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About this product


  • Multi Operating System SD Card for Raspberry Pi
  • 8GB SD Card
  • NOOBS Image uses just over 1GB of data

Product overview

• Multi Operating System SD Card for Raspberry Pi
• 8GB SD Card
• NOOBS Image uses just over 1GB of data
• Allows reinstallation easily on boot up menu
• Common OS such as Raspbian Wheezy, RaspBMC and more

High Quality and Fully on a Raspberry Pi Tested Desptach, Card Includes Raspbian Wheezy , RaspBMC, RiscOS, PiDora, OpenELEC , ArchLinux

NOOBS = New Out Of Box Software, it is a way to make setting up a Raspberry Pi for the first time much, much easier.

When you boot up for the first time, you'll see a menu prompting you to install one of several operating systems into the free space on the card. The choice means you can boot the Pi with a regular operating system like Raspbian, or with a media-centre specific OS like RaspBMC.

Once you've installed an operating system, your Pi will boot as normal. However, NOOBS stays resident on your card, so by holding shift down during boot you can return to the recovery interface. This allows you to switch to a different operating system, or overwrite a corrupted card with a fresh install of the current one; it also provides a handy tool to let you edit the config.txt configuration file for the currently installed operating system, and even a web browser so you can visit the forums or Google for pointers if you get stuck.