Prototype XDK-GB

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The PCB used in XDK-GB and its prototypes is a subvariant of Jasper. Although the name is not known, we do know that it stars with the letter 'A', as defined by units' configuration ID. This is also why XDK-GB units will reference Jasper in their config.

AEV

'A' Engineering Verification. Internal Prototypes either in Bringup Configuration or Development Kit Configuration.

JEVC3-13

Introduced Early 2008
Motherboard AEV hardware
Fuse Set Devkit
RAM 1GB in 2 512MB pools
Storage 120GB Hard Drive
Sidecar Type 1
Color Console: White
Sidecar: Light gray

ADV

'A' Design Verification Hardware. Internal prototype units in Bringup Configuration or Development Kit Configuration.

ADV-XDK-EV2-JADK-EV2

Introduced December 2008
Motherboard ADV hardware
Fuse Set Devkit
RAM 1GB in 2 512MB pools
Storage 120GB Hard Drive
Sidecar EV2 Type 2
Color Console: White
Sidecar: Deep blue, almost black

Utilizing ADV hardware, the unit itself is in EV2 DK Configuration, which defines the external cosmetics of the case and Sidecar's prototyping milestone. The EV2 prototype Type 2 Sidecar features an early GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) card. The console is equipped with an inverted blue LED Ring of Light.

APV

'A' Production Verification Hardware. Internal prototype units in Bringup Configuration or Development Kit Configuration.

ADK EV3

Introduced April 2009
Motherboard APV hardware
Fuse Set Devkit
RAM 1GB in 2 512MB pools
Storage 120GB Hard Drive
Sidecar EV3 Type 2
Color Console: Deep purple
Sidecar: Chrome blue

Displayed at GDC 2009. The EV3 DK milestone sees the EV Prototype Type 2 Sidecar and Case in the same design as the Xbox 360-GB Development Console variants 1 and 2; XNA branding. Although, with 2008 dated parts. Features a later revision of the GbE card. While at GDC 2009 these units lacked internal MTE/Config labels. In addition, there was a barcode sticker over the additional GbE port. This was done to accurately represent the final development kit that would be later sent to developers. None-showcase ADK EV3's had MTE/Config labels and no barcode sticker. ADK EV3 units had parts dated 2008 but with a 2009 manufacturing date.

Decommissioned ADK EV3

Unknown APV-ADK-EV3 Test Kit