Discussion in 'Price Check Forum' started by wanszai, May 29, 2018.
What are they valued at?
Internal XDK. Consider yourself lucky to have one.
Very brave making it public too. Be careful mate.
I'd imagine it's worth a few years in the clink, if Microsoft gets ahold of you.
EDIT - And the value would probably be more for what's ON the system, than what it is.
It depends on the CAPs that are assigned to the cert and the condition of the kit along with it's history since I'm guessing it's likely an ES board based on the pic you have (my eyes aren't the best though so maybe that's a retail APU). I would imagine anywhere between $1k to $2.5k but I think considering the high risks of hardware failing and M$ confiscating it that it would be best to stick away from any business with them.
In its heyday, everyone and there cousins had a 360 xdk… while the console was still on the shelves for sale at retail. People did and continue to this day to show them off and openly trade them.
Are 360 xdk not subject to the very same licenses an xbox one xdk would be issued under?
What am I missing?
You're missing the GIGANTIC STICK companies have up their backsides about their property being stolen. If this is an Internal DevKit, then I'm fairly positive it's not legitimately out of Microsofts ownership.
I'm not saying it is, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was stolen.
Now, a kit from EA or SEGA? Sure, maybe they sold it off. Not an Internal.
Again though, ive seen countless engineering samples and stress kits, all of which would be classified as internal units (again, when the 360 was current gen and still very much alive and kicking) being traded here there and everywhere. Don't get me wrong, I understand your point, im just trying to understand what caused the shift in attitude for this generation.
Because of the past that previous generation of XDKs had, Microsoft wont want to make the same mistake. Most kits are normal devkits and have expiring licenses, plus you need other things to make it work as it should, making normal XDKs near worthless, or similar to a retail kit anyway. These kits are internal, with corresponding privileges, and I don't think Microsoft want them in public hands, its clearly a flaw in their system, and therefore a threat. So keep low. You saw nothing! *Does the men in black flasher*
Pics, social security number and address will work just fine for a “price”.
well I wrapped it in tinfoil and was careful only to speak Russian when in the room with the kit, I ended up getting paranoid and threw it in the river.
If anyone wants it, get your scuba gear.
GPS co-ordinates plz.
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