Unlike most other modern computing devices, Raspberry Pis have no internal storage, relying instead on removable microSD cards as their primary boot drives. While it’s true that you can boot a Raspberry Pi 4 off of a USB SSD or Flash Drive, most of the time, it’s easier, more affordable and an overall better idea to stick with a microSD card.

But which microSD card should you buy for your Raspberry Pi? To help find the answer, we tested ten different 32GB cards on a Raspberry Pi 4, a Raspberry Pi 3 B+ and a Raspberry Pi Zero W to see which offers the best performance for the money. 



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