'NOOBS' Preinstalled Micro SD Card (Latest v3.4.0) 16GB Reviews

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Michael W
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An excellent product which worked in my Raspberry Pi first time.
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Posted 7 years ago
Durgadas N
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Even at the cost of slight increase in cost, would have preferred to get higher speed and capacity card. 4gb /class 4 card is a bit low.
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Posted 7 years ago
Alterain
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The OS works very well but have currently been unable to connect it to the web using my network settings.
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Posted 7 years ago
Frank J
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waiting,waiting,waiting
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Posted 7 years ago
Ellington A
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Not yet received.Still waiting
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Posted 7 years ago
Mark S
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Sorry, I'm still waiting on my Rasberry....it's been over a month! So haven't used it yet....
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Posted 7 years ago
Dennis T
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It was exciting. My first Raspberry PI arrived. I had already purchased a case and power supply. I had the keyboard, mouse, ethernet, TV ready, and a pre-installed Debian 6 SD Card. And I had the XBMC SD Card, pre-installed, from PI HUT. I really wanted to just get the PI running and see what it could do with a proven application pre-installed and pre-configured. When the PI arrived, I plugged everything in, inserted the SD Card, powered it up, and prepared to start figuring out why it didn't work..... like always happens with a new system. But NOTHING went wrong! The PI worked. The SD Card booted flawlessly to XBMC. In a minute I was up and exploring. A minute later I was watching a video online. Ten minutes later I had copied a movie from my Mac and was watching a movie! I love it. Now I've justified the cost of the PI and with XBMC it has a place and a purpose. Now I can start playing with XBMC and Debian and see how far I can take it.
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Posted 7 years ago
Andrew J
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This was our first experience of the RPi, which I bought for our son. Plugged everything in, inserted the Raspbian SD card, switched on and held breath. Scrolling machine code for a few seconds, then a window offering a few options, which we just exited for the time being, and then up came the RPi home screen, very welcoming. Within minutes we were browsing the internet and having fun with some of the pre-installed simple games, such as the snake game (similar to the one that used to be on all Nokia phones years ago). We've got a lot more exploring to do, but this seems to be a brilliantly simple way to start, so I have to say 'highly recommended, and very good value'.
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Posted 7 years ago