NEW PRODUCT – 4GB SD Card for Raspberry Pi preinstalled with RaspMBC (XMBC)
NEW PRODUCT – 4GB SD Card for Raspberry Pi preinstalled with RaspMBC (XMBC) – Raspbmc is a minimal Linux distribution based on Debian that brings XBMC to your Raspberry Pi. This device has an excellent form factor and enough power to handle media playback, making it an ideal component in a low HTPC setup, yet delivering the same XBMC experience that can be enjoyed on much more costly platforms. Raspbmc is brought to you by the developer of the Crystalbuntu Linux Distribution, which brings XBMC and 1080p decoding to the 1st generation Apple TV.
This is a 4GB microSDHC card (SDC44GB) that comes with a SD adapter and is pre-programmed to contain the latest RaspBMC Network Install distribution image.
These microSDHC cards use the new speed “class” rating of Class 4 that guarantee a minimum Data transfer rate of 4MB/sec. We may ship a Sandisk or Kingston card, both are high quality and come with the same speed class rating.
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