Microsoft's Xbox One has had a controversial start, but it looks like they may be turning it around if pre-order sellouts are to be believed. Now in this video Microsoft's Major Nelson unboxes the next-generation console, the Day One edition to be exact. You'll get the console itself, a Kinect, a "Day One" Xbox controller, and an Xbox One Chat Headset, which will all be included in the standard version. The console also comes with a separate power supply, a HDMI cable which Microsoft says supports 1080p, 4K, and 3D.
The Xbox One is due out in North America in November, in Europe between November and December and in Japan sometime in 2014. It features an AMD 8 core APU (2 QUad-Core Jaguar modules), 8GB of DDR3 RAM, and a 500GB HDD.
The console has also been controversial since its announcement. Initial policies about online connectivity requirements, mandatory Kinect, and ambiguous restrictions on used games raised concerns with gamers. In response to these criticisms, Microsoft announced they would drop most of the planned digital rights management and internet connection requirements.