3D model gets you up close with the Xbox One

Zoom in and out on any part of the Xbox One with this rotatable 3D model from Microsoft.

Screenshot by Nic Healey/CNET Australia

Chances are it'll be quite a few months before most of us have a chance to go hands-on with the Xbox One. Until then, you can at least get a very in-depth look at what to expect, thanks to this rotatable 3D model from Microsoft.

You'll see the full Xbox One kit -- console, Kinect 2.0, and new-look controller -- and you can zoom in and out on any part of it to your heart's content.

It's embedded below, or you can click here for a full-size version.

(Source: CNET Australia)

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