16GB Media Centre with Raspberry Pi 2 QWERTY KeyBoard LATEST OpenElec 5 KODI

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16GB Media Centre with Raspberry Pi Model B+ QWERTY KeyBoard OpenElec 4.0 XBMC

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KODI (XBMC) Media Centre with 16gb Raspberry Pi 2 Model B WiFi Version

Now with the LATEST Raspberry Pi 2 Quad Core with 5v 2A Power Supply

with the Latest Stable OpenELEC & KODI + Popular Add-ons installed

This Raspberry Pi Media Centre is capable of full 1080p video playback with our kit loaded with the latest KODI Media Centre software running on the custom built OpenELEC operating system.

Stream your Favourite Sport, Movies, TV Shows, Videos, Music & More to Your TV Using Raspberry Pi

The KODI software is capable of playing most major SD and HD video formats, audio, images even checking weather.

Use the customizable interface to easily access a wide range of pre-installed add-ons that enable you to stream live UK and WorldWide Sports, Movies and Video, remotely control the software via a USB remote control or your Smartphone or Tablet.

This system is Plug & Play* so no software setup is required therefore anyone will be able to setup this kit quickly and immediately start watching 1000's of Movies and Sports Channels

KODI is the ideal media centre solution for your media collection.

Included in this Kit:

  • 1 x Raspberry PI 2 1GB Quad Core
  • 1 x High Quality Black Case
  • 1 x 16gb MicroSDHC Card with OpenELEC and KODI Media Centre Software
  • 1 x WiFi Adapter (for Connection to Internet Router)
  • 1 x HDMI Cable
  • 1 x USB QWERTY Keyboard
  • 1 x UK 5v 2A Power Supply (2 pin EU supplied to Europe)

All of our Raspberry Pi models are manufactured in the UK

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