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12vStig

posted on 29th Dec 15 at 21:27

I've been knocking out Amazon Fire sticks with Kodi and the best addons on for people at work in exchange for a couple of beers... Still got far too many crates in the garage

Cheapest way to do it tbh, although the sticks are far from powerful they'll cope with pretty much anything you can throw at it


Dom

posted on 29th Dec 15 at 10:57

quote:
Originally posted by Andrew
Overpriced. You can build better spec raspberry pi 2 fir half the price


Whilst the RPi is a good bit of a kit, you are limited with the plugins you can install under Kodi, ie - no Netflix/Amazon, Demand 5, Channel 4 On-Demand etc (not without going down the PlayOn route, which is a little pointless due to needing another system and the added cost of a PlayOn license).

[Edited on 29-12-2015 by Dom]


kz

posted on 28th Dec 15 at 23:48

My manager swears on the Kodi boxes. Can be had from 50 upwards I believe.


Andrew

posted on 28th Dec 15 at 22:14

Overpriced. You can build better spec raspberry pi 2 fir half the price


Dom

posted on 28th Dec 15 at 18:22

Android boxes are all much alike tbh although from past experience, whilst you have access to a load of apps, the standard variant (not Android TV) of Android is a bit cumbersome when using it with a TV.


Steve X16XE

posted on 28th Dec 15 at 17:14

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00YSKRGF0?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_ItvGwbXBTR0M6