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Kodi is free, open-source software designed specifically with home entertainment in mind – and it’s perfect if you’re a fan of movies, sports, films and TV shows. Although it was originally created for the Microsoft Xbox and called Xbox Media Center (XBMC), Kodi has continued to evolve – spawning a community of its own.

Unlike services like Chromecast or Plex, Kodi is managed by the non-profit XBMC Foundation, and it’s constantly being modified and upgraded by countless of coders around the world. Since its creation in 2003, Kodi has been shaped by more than 500 software developers and more than 200 translators. That means you can now customize by installing addons or builds, and they’re totally free, too. And it’s not just for laptops; Kodi can now work on everything from a smartphone to an Amazon Fire TV Stick. 

My ultra cheap HTPC running XBMC (Now called KODI), I recently rebuilt the OS on this to now run perfectly
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8 COMMENTS

  1. I really like this PC. Not bad for a living room system for YouTube and Facebook while the good gaming PC is in the bedroom.

  2. It is cheap, yes. I even considered doing this myself with old PC parts but I didn't do it. It is good to start out IF you have old PC parts laying around and than save up for something better.

    Why I didn't do this? First off my girlfriend would leave me for putting such an ugly and mostly big PC case in the living room other than my PC for productivity (Lightroom, Photoshop and a bit of gaming). The fan of the Powersupply is loud (to me) on PSU's like this since it always spins, there are PSU's that only let the fan spin up at a certain usage and have much quiter fans to begin with. The harddrive also can be a noise maker in this example. When I watch a movie with Kodi I don't want to turn the volume up just to overpower the fans and HD inside the PC. And probably overlooked by many people, a PC like this uses alot of power since they are not power sufficiënt at all compared to what I went with in the end.

    For +/- US $150-175 you have a Minix NEO Z64W or for even less you have the Pipo X7 both running Windows 8.1 and they are dead silent with an intel Core M inside which is a Quad Core processor that can handle alot more than this dual core ever will. The Minix is VERY small, the Pipo a bit bigger. Yes they only have limited storage but it is enough for Kodi and some other stuff and you can always add a micro SD card, external hard drive or USB stick if really needed. Because of the Intel Core M processor they are very power sufficiënt and still they are very powerful for this purpose. You can even do some light gaming, Steam in-home streaming etc. They even run Photoshop and Lightroom although slower than on my Intel i7 system ofcourse. With the proper keyboard and mouse (and monitor and speakers or TV) you can even make this the main PC if it is only for everyday use like e-mail, internet, Youtube, Kodi and such things.

  3. i got an old duel core xp pc with only 2gb of ram for free i installed Linux and kodi the installed the beast and it runs fine but i have to output video vga and sound with the headphone jack to my tv because it don't have an hdmi but it works fine

  4. It' better than my main pc TnT
    I'm trying to do a HTPC with an older pc: 310mb RAM, Processor Pentium III 1.1Ghz, but i can't install Mint 17 or 13, it was working good with Mint 9 but it loose the sound, will try KODI and see what happens.

  5. thats sweet… i like the setup.. just finally setup kodi media movie tv addons on my old toshiba PC 1MHZ 4600 Satellite from 2001, autoboot, it only has 512MB but works! thx for the inspiration

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