XBOX 360E Working with CR3 Pro v3/v4, Corona QSB v3 & POSTFIX ADAPTER v2 :)

As the title says the new XBOX 360E has been tested working with CR3 Pro v3/v4 Edition, Corona QSB v3 & POSTFIX ADAPTER v2 First RATER score out of the box (without any tuning) was a whopping 8.30 ! All this is out of the box hardware – no fixes or changes required (R2C4, R2C6, R2C7 & R2C10 still need bridging if there is no resistor there) For future reference we will call these two new XBOX 360E Motherboards Corona v5 & Corona v6 Corona v5 = XBOX 360E 250GB Corona v6 = XBOX 360E 4GB (XECUTER 4GB R/W ADAPTER REQUIRED) Video Thanks to XDK – Notice he has a SONUS 360 Installed (R2D2 startup sounds) 🙂 We have also updated the Corona identification guide – all images & guides can be found...
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New Resellers Added

We are happy to add new resellers from Italy, Argentina & Turkey. Check out our resellers page for  recommended and respected retailers. We have also removed a couple of sellers after finding they sold the fake/clone CoolRunner Rev D – this is not an Xecuter product and we do not support it or provide any warranty whatsoever for...
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Xbox 180: Microsoft Fully Reverses Xbox One’s DRM Policies

  Xbox One will not require regular online check-ins or place restrictions on game-lending “as a result of feedback from the Xbox community,” Microsoft announced today. The announcement is a complete reversal of the company’s previously announced DRM policy for games on the Xbox One. “After a one-time system set-up with a new Xbox One,” Xbox executive Don Mattrick wrote in a blog post, “you can play any disc based game without ever connecting online again. There is no 24 hour connection requirement and you can take your Xbox One anywhere you want and play your games, just like on Xbox 360.” Mattrick added that Xbox One would be region-free; any Xbox One disc would function in any Xbox One console. Additionally, Mattrick wrote, players will be able to “trade-in, lend, resell, gift, and rent disc based games just like you do today. There will be no limitations to using and sharing games, it will work just as it does today on Xbox 360.” This will come at a small cost — despite previous announcements, Xbox One will require that discs remain in the tray in order to play games, and players will be unable to share downloaded games. In other words, it’ll work exactly like the Xbox 360 — for better and for worse. Before today’s announcement, things were looking bad for Microsoft. Scores of memes mocking the Xbox One were made. Public consumer polls put the PlayStation 4 ahead of the Xbox One by a wide margin. The Navy Times called the Xbox “a sin against all service members,” arguing that the console’s restrictive online policies were “a ‘showstopper’ for any service members who rely on their Xbox for off-duty diversions downrange, in the field, or at sea.” The company had also planned a complicated license-transfer scheme that would allow Xbox One users to trade in games...
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iFixit tears down the new 2013 Xbox 360 E Model

iFixit tears down the new 2013 Xbox 360 E Model Finds surprisingly familiar insides to the older Xbox 360 Slim The new X360 model revealed at E3, matches the look of XB1 case-styling and is smaller and quieter, but it has the same cooling and processor as current older 360 Slim models, but it is now HDMI only! The new Xbox 360 model matches the XB1 in more then one way, the fact it now has no old AV connector, its all all HDMI or plain composite, no component video, or digital audio, with less usb ports, and they were able to make it 'smaller' as it back to have a 'power brick' outside yet again, like the old Phat 360. Here is the original post: iFixit tears down the new 2013 Xbox 360 E Model Note: Liteon DG-16D5S DVD Drive sames as slim, NAND/SPI/CB etc same as Corona...
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Liteon DG-16D5S & Hitachi DL10N LTU2 – New Hardware Coming !

After many weeks of design and testing we have finally finished the design for the very secret LTU2 hardware You may have noticed that the 1175 PCB were very rare and very expensive if you managed to get one due to the chipset being super rare and of course super expensive (we still say if you find anywhere that has stock of the LTU PCB's, grab them as they are now rare and not possible to make any more) Others tried to find solutions which turned out to be shockingly bad design and just as expensive if not more so. Can you say brand new chipset, tons and tons of available stock, MUCH cheaper cost, new firmware…..? We've also made designs for both the Liteon DG-16D5S & Hitachi DL10N chassis  As usual this is a teaser – more news coming...
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