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Everything that's included in the box.
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Kinect 2.0
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A close-up of Kinect's camera lens.
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The new Xbox One controller is more angular than its predecessor.
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A Micro-USB port can be used to charge the Xbox One battery pack, but it also accepts AAs.
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Ports from left: Power, HDMI out, optical audio, HDMI in, two USB 3.0 slots, Kinect port, IR blaster port, and Ethernet.
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Xbox One in an entertainment shelf.
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PlayStation 4 stacked on top of an Xbox One.
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Only the PlayStation 4 can be stood vertically.
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The new Xbox One controller (left) and PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 controller side by side.
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Read the Xbox One review and the review of the PS4.
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