I know this category on here isn't very popular (one post all last year??) but I wasn't sure where to post and this seems like the place with the most information, albeit not busy So I'm out yard saling awhile back.. Came across one of these Logitech Revues, and thought, cool, some kinda Android device for my TV. Picked it up for a couple bucks ($5 I think, maybe 8). No box, no manual, no keyboard/mouse (didn't even know it had a keyboard, might've been at the sale still, grr).. On the front is a label maker label (like your p-touch style label) that says, "Developer Edition" with little icon things on either side of the text. Still not thinking much (and don't know if I should even now?) I think, eh, dude probably had two, this is the one he messed around with or something.. So I do what anyone would - I hook it up and fire it up with usb keyboard and mouse attached. Seems to work just fine. So my question is this.. There ARE two 'suspicious' apps loaded that support this being an actual developer/development unit. They are: "Development Launcher" and "Engineering System Updater". The first has a black and white android sitting at a 45-degree angle in the icon box, the second is a Logitech logo. The firmware on it is 2.1-update1 the build number is: KA2X-20101123,200533.user-b41819 Wondering if this is simply the standard issue Revue or if it is actually something more unique/special? I tried watching some random videos on youtube hoping to see other people's menus and whatnot, to see if they had them as well (I'm doubting it's anything special), but everyone's I see is running a newer version, and look different. Any insight/comments welcome. Just want to find out before I do anything to this thing in case. I've been around a lot of scenes which look for this sort of thing (older/special releases) and know sometimes it's a gold mine for those modders / firmware guru's out there. I'll give it some to see if there are any replies to this, if not, I'll assume that software is just stock and no biggie, and, well go from there Have a good one!