You've seen what the Xbox One looks like on the outside. But that big black box holds stuff on the inside too, y'know.
And thanks to the iFixit folks,we can get a glimpse of innards of an Xbox One—pictured above. Neat, eh?
Interestingly, the outside of the console contains no screws. Thankfully, it seems you can pull the grills on the side of the console out, and after freeing some clips, you'll be able to get inside an Xbox One just fine:
You can find more pictures of the teardown here, along with descriptions of what some of the pieces that make up an Xbox One actually are. For now, it's worth noting that the console features a 2.5 inch SATA II drive—while replacing that means voiding the warranty, there's no telling if the Xbox One will even recognize replacement drives. Additionally, the One has a "beefy cooling system," according to iFixit, which should assuage fears of potential problems like the Red Ring of Death.