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The latest version of the NOOBS software package for the Raspberry Pi computer, shipped on a brand new, high quality Class 10 SDHC card.
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I've used multiple other microSDs since this and gone through the effort of downloading images, flashing them to the SD, and then loading it on the Pi and can say that even knowing what you are doing this still takes a few minutes, especially when you consider the waiting time to download a >1GB file.
It's a very simple process.
I'm not rating the card itself low. I'm rating the fact they are selling a service that did not work as intended. The end user is paying more for that service. An 8GB SD Card doesn't cost that much alone.
You could make an image of the card, then restore it to install a different OS. But you would be just as well off to download the image, and flash your own card if you have the skill to flash the card in the first place. I have the skill, but I still consider this card a good deal.
Using another computer, I backed up the preloaded disk image just in case, then downloaded a current image of Raspbian (bypassing the installer), replaced the SD card in my Pi and it booted up and recognized the USB mouse and keyboard.