Your Raspberry Pi 4 doesn’t have any internal storage of its own so all of the software, including the operating system, runs off the SD card you supply. That means it’s essential to find the right card; one that’s fast enough, robust enough, has enough storage, and won’t break the bank. You can use any SD card, but here’s a list that will help you get the most out of your Pi.
Best all around
Samsung EVO+ 32GB
Samsung’s 32GB EVO+ card ticks all the right boxes when it comes to using it in your Raspberry Pi 4. It’s fast enough, hits the maximum native format size, and it’s nice and inexpensive. If you’re not sure which card to get, pick this one.
$9 at Amazon
$12 at Best Buy
More storage for the pro
SanDisk Extreme Plus 64GB
If you need more space, the 64GB version of SanDisk’s Extreme Plus card is a great option as long as you correctly format it using…