Remember XBMC, or as it was known even longer ago, Xbox Media Center? It’s been over a decade since the open-source software was used to turn the original Xbox into a media hub, but the software is still alive and well. It’s continued along under a new name, Kodi, and works on Windows, OS X, and Linux, with remote apps on iOS and Android.
In all that time, Kodi / XBMC has always been a software-only project, meant to let you turn various pieces of hardware into a media box. But this week, the nonprofit behind Kodi unveiled its “very first piece of hardware ever” — a Raspberry Pi case.