START HERE - Pick the Right Kodi Box (updated Dec 2020)
(2017-04-04, 14:51)wrxtasy Wrote: Virtually exactly the same when running LE on all three.

The WeTek's will give you dual boot and the ability to use Android Apps & HD Netflix etc. This can be easily flip / flopped via the WeTek's IR remotes. So you have more flexibility.

The C2 will give you slightly better HDMI-CEC - OFF / On control - a HDMI CEC connected TV can signal the C2 to turn itself on, when the TV is turned on.
The WeTek's currently do not offer that. But these devices use so little power you can leave them on 24/7 anyway.

C2 can be safely CPU and RAM overclocked and its easier just flashing LE to faster eMMC Flash storage and then just plugging eMMC in and power up.

I have not taken into account included WiFi or IR remote controls or cases.

It really depends what you features you really need in the end.

I recommend a Wireless remote when using any Kodi media player for immediate Graphic User Interface responsiveness.

Excellent answer, just what i needed to know, looks like one of the Weteks for me.

Is there any particular wireless remote that you would recommend.
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