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Unboxing the new Xbox One X

30 Oct 2017

Xbox New Zealand has been kind enough to allow us to play on the new Xbox One X video game console coming out this November. Here is our unboxing of it. 

The console is not out until November 7th, 2017 and it will retail in New Zealand for $749.00 NZD. It should be available at major retailers such as JB Hi Fi, Mighty Ape, EB Games, The Warehouse, Noel Leeming and more. 

We will post our full review of the console once we have had a good look at everything. For now, we can only show you the unboxing. I have supplied a video down below for you to check out everything that the bundle has. 

As you can see in the video, the console is much smaller than the fat original Xbox One that I own. Anyway, do you plan on buying the Xbox One X when it comes out? 

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