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Kaleidescape Vault M700 Robotic Storage For Your CDs, DVDs, and Blu-Ray Discs

Kaleidescape Vault M700 Robotic Storage For Your CDs, DVDs, and Blu-Ray Discs

If you have a massive collection of CDs, DVDs, and Blu-Ray discs that you'd like to have automatically stored and archived for easy access, then you might consider a robotic disc loader like the new Kaleidescape M700 Disc Vault. The M700 Disc Vault is a movie server that swallows your discs into a precision carousel, copies the content onto the Kaleidescape System, and easily plays back what you want when you want it---no more wasting time rummaging through your collection.

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Kaleidescape debuts Cinema One movie server

Kaleidescape debuts Cinema One movie server

Kaleidescape has unveiled its latest movie server called the Cinema One. The device is an out of the box DVD movie server that is designed to be easy to use and hassle free. The device has a cool child mode that switches to an easy to use interface for kids when the child remote is used. That is a nice feature for parents of kids that like to do things themselves.

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Kaleidescape to gain Blu-Ray Playback and probably Ripping too

Kaleidescape to gain Blu-Ray Playback and probably Ripping too

The massive and high-dollars Kaleidescape media systems will add a new player sometime next year to support a few more media formats, better playback quality from DVD, online content and Blu-Ray playback. The new player will support existing media server with no additional software licensing fees increment even with the addition of Blu-Ray, but the studio may impose additional fees to archive Blu-Ray content.

Kaleidescape 1U For All Your Movies and Music

Kaleidescape 1U For All Your Movies and Music

For movie and music buffs with massive collections of media and money, there is a great way to organize everything from Kaleidescape. Their systems have been around, but have not been somewhat affordable till now with their mass market release of their entry-level Kaleidescape system. The system consists of servers, music, and movie players that can be combined in any number of ways to deliver movies and music seamlessly throughout your home.

The Daily Slash: December 13 2010

The Daily Slash: December 13 2010

Well now! Take a peek at the dinosaur! Whippin up some nice HTML 5 with Javascript for amazing results out at LeWeb! Then take a trip down memory lane as you prepare for the future as Philip reviews Tron (1982), aka the former in the longest period between a film and it's sequel, EVER, culminating in Tron: Legacy soon! Get pumped up because iPhone for Verizon might run on LTE! Discuss the meaning of a Chrome OS Notebook with Ben. Review with us the Orb Music MP-1 and the LG VL600 LTE modem, unbox and get your hands on a Nexus S and a Laser Pico Projector, and give 3D a try with Don. LOTS to do here right now on The Daily Slash!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 13 2010

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: December 13 2010

Ruh roh! KIN Studio is shutting down as Verizon pulls plug in January 2011! That's big tween news. Then there was some sweet stuff over the weekend and early early in the morning: Why I’m Willing to Give 3D TV A Try, a column by Don. We begin our fabulous "Week With" the L1 v2 Laser Pico Projector starting with a Hands-on and Unboxing. We've got a fabulous Nexus S unboxing and hands-on, and if you're feeling like some sassy speeds hang out on our LG VL600 LTE modem review. Keep cruzin. All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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