What is the difference between Jetson Nano and Jetson Nano developer kit

Hi, I have found two products on your website: Jetson Nano (https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/jetson-nano) and Jetson Nano developer kit (https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/jetson-nano-developer-kit). It seems to me that Jetson Nano is the module, which is a part of Jetson Nano developer kit. But the price of Jetson Nano (129$) is actually more expensive than Jetson Nano developer kit (99$). I am not sure what is the difference here?

Jetson Nano is the commercial compute module with onboard eMMC and extended warranty. Like with the other Jetson modules, the Nano module is intended to be integrated into end-products and devices by embedded designers.

The developer kit includes a version of the module with SDcard slot instead of onboard storage, but otherwise has the same computational performance.


So the schematics and all the documentation I found named Jetson_Nano_Carrier_Board_Reference_Design_Schematics
are both the same for the Jetson Nano and jetson Nano Developer Kit?

The schematics are provided for the reference carrier board included with the devkit. The internal design of the compute module aren’t public, for that info please reference the documentation in the design guides.