Technology is getting developed every year from what it was last year. The gadgets made always have room for improvement and with the research work on the go all the gadgets from home appliances, to televisions and game consoles are updated from the previous version. You will be baffled when you see the number of models available and will be at a loss as to which model to choose and which one do you have and do I have a latest version or am I using an old model? These questions crop up in your mind and you can not rest in peace except most of your queries get an answer that is satisfactory to you.

With this begins our search as to which model or what Xbox 360 drive do I have? First of all knowing the number of models present is vital and we can know that the Xbox360 has five models, Xbox 360 Core, Xbox 360 Arcade, Xbox 360 Pro, Xbox 360 Elite and Xbox 360 Super Elite.

After knowing the type of models available I can check which one do I have? For that I should know the features of the models that I have known to exist. The history on making these models tells us that the Core model was the first to be made and sold. It was designed for supporting the SDTV and not for HDTV. It can be combined with a component cable to create similar resolutions of HDTV. It is a wired model and can use the hard drive of the Xbox models that were first made.

Next, with the advancement of technology and change in the mode of it transfer the gadgets turned wireless. The Xbox 360 can not stay far behind and the Arcade model of it was born. It was an improvement over the core model in that it had a wireless controller. The price was the same but with some extra features like a composite audio / video cable, the memory was enhanced to 256 MB and included five games it did not have its own hard drive too.

With further research and development in place more models were made the Pro model came to be the most common one followed by two Elite models. The improvement was in the increase of memory, they of course wireless, and the hard drive was included in the game demos. They were more of the high end type and had easy to use control panels. Each model is an improvement on the previous one.

With this finding I could know that the Xbox 360 I have had the Arcade model.

Source by Chris Cornell