A PDF document of what appears to be a Portuguese manual of the highly anticipated Xbox One was posted in the afternoon on October 24th, and sheds light on some details previously unknown details about specifics on the console, as well as the bundled Kinect sensor.
Individual pages illustrate details such as the minimum distance that the Kinect sensor must be placed from the play area, which has been reduced from the current 1.8 meters (5.9 ft) for one player and 2.4 meters (7.87 ft) for two players, to a flat 1.4 meters (4.59 ft).
The document further iterates that Microsoft does not recommend a vertical orientation for the console, as earlier mentioned by Albert Panello, senior director of product management and planning at Xbox during the Tokyo Game Show to outlet Gamespot stating 'We don't support vertical orientation; do it at your own risk.'
The final step in the process is to plug the console in to your internet connection, as was previously confirmed by Xbox One Chief Platform Architect Marc Whitten, the Xbox One will require a day one patch, Whitten to IGN 'We are optimizing Xbox One so that the day one update is as fast as possible. While we’re still finalizing the details, we expect that the download will take between 15 and 20 minutes for most users.'
Microsoft's Xbox One releases on November 22nd in the US and will retail for $499.