Top 5 Best Kodi Boxes for Sale

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The 5 best Kodi boxes for streaming XBMC 2016-2017

1. Nvidia Shield with Remote Control

The Nvidia Shield is definitely our favorite android box to get! If you’re looking for a powerful streaming device that can live a double life as a gaming console, then this model is the one for you. This epic machine offers 4K HDR streaming, Google Assistant, home integration and Amazon Instant video on Android.

Your ability to stream 4K quality movies will make this an awesome Kodi device. It also offers compatibility to work with your Dolby 7.1 surround sound, making this an ultimate visual, sound, and gaming system.

Features

  • Supports 4K 30 fps and 60 fps content
  • Built-in microphones on Shield Controller or Remote enable Google-based natural voice search
  • Access to GRID, Nvidia’s subscription-based cloud gaming service
  • Supports Android Games, including Unreal Engine 4 and Crytek’s CryEngine
  • Cross-app search that scours content across multiple Android TV apps
  • Support for app-based entertainment, including Hulu Plus, Netflix, Sling TV, Pandora and others
  • Integrated Chromecast functionality, for casting content from mobile devices
  • Live Channels for watching local network TV
  • Over-the-air updates directly from Nvidia

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You can read a full review at: NVIDIA SHIELD (2017) review: Still the king for a reason

2Amazon Fire Stick/TV Box

The Nvidia Shield is definitely our favorite android box to get! If you’re looking for a powerful streaming device that can live a double life as a gaming console, then this model is the one for you. This epic machine offers 4K HDR streaming, Google Assistant, home integration and Amazon Instant video on Android.

Your ability to stream 4K quality movies will make this an awesome Kodi device. It also offers compatibility to work with your Dolby 7.1 surround sound, making this an ultimate visual, sound, and gaming system.

Features

  • Supports 4K 30 fps and 60 fps content
  • Built-in microphones on Shield Controller or Remote enable Google-based natural voice search
  • Access to GRID, Nvidia’s subscription-based cloud gaming service
  • Supports Android Games, including Unreal Engine 4 and Crytek’s CryEngine
  • Cross-app search that scours content across multiple Android TV apps
  • Support for app-based entertainment, including Hulu Plus, Netflix, Sling TV, Pandora and others
  • Integrated Chromecast functionality, for casting content from mobile devices
  • Live Channels for watching local network TV
  • Over-the-air updates directly from Nvidia

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You can read a full review at: NVIDIA SHIELD (2017) review: Still the king for a reason

3. Cubox i2

The Cubox i2 has a couple of strong arguments to be made in its favor. Coming in at only $90 it’s darn cheap, and it comes with Kodi pre-installed to minimise the amount of time you’ll spend setting the device up.

That said, the Cubox’s 1GHz dual core processor is low-powered compared to others on this list. Plus, it doesn’t support 4K playback, and it isn’t available outside the US.

If having Kodi pre-installed is a major selling point to you then you could do a great deal worse than take a look at the Cubox, but spend just a little more money and you’ll get a much more powerful machine with only a marginally more involved setup process.

Features

  • Supports 4K 30 fps and 60 fps content
  • Built-in microphones on Shield Controller or Remote enable Google-based natural voice search
  • Access to GRID, Nvidia’s subscription-based cloud gaming service
  • Supports Android Games, including Unreal Engine 4 and Crytek’s CryEngine
  • Cross-app search that scours content across multiple Android TV apps
  • Support for app-based entertainment, including Hulu Plus, Netflix, Sling TV, Pandora and others
  • Integrated Chromecast functionality, for casting content from mobile devices
  • Live Channels for watching local network TV
  • Over-the-air updates directly from Nvidia

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You can read a full review at: NVIDIA SHIELD (2017) review: Still the king for a reason

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