You can look but you can't touch: Xbox One now on display at Microsoft stores

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Microsoft has begun to showcase the Xbox One entertainment console at Microsoft stores, but you can only look at them. Microsoft has yet to allow gamers to get their hands on the device and take it for a spin. Those interested in pre-ordering the Xbox One can do so at your local Microsoft store.

If you are interested and looking at an Xbox One console behind a glass case, just head over to your local Microsoft store. Those interested in pre-ordering the Xbox One can also do so at your local Microsoft store.

Microsoft is set to release the new Xbox One entertainment console this November and the devices/services giant initially promised the device would be released in 21 different countries. However, just recently, Microsoft revealed that this promise has changed to just thirteen countries.

"Our priority is ensuring our customers get the best Xbox One experience the first day it is available. To do that, and in order to meet demand, we have adjusted the number of markets that will receive Xbox One in November to 13 markets, including Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Spain, United Kingdom, United States and New Zealand, in November," Microsoft stated.

We've embedded the video below for your viewing pleasure. It's a short video but you can see how Microsoft has enclosed the console in a glass case. Hands off until November people!

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