World's First DVD Jukebox For Home Use

Posted: Jan 6 2004, 7:41am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:11pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 

World's First DVD Jukebox for Home Use
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CES 2004: Kaleidescape, Inc. introduces the Kaleidescape System, a DVD Server that allows users to store their entire movie collection on hard disks, and to access any movie in their collection from any viewing zone in their home.

A basic Kaleidescape System (pictured) has one Server (with five disk cartridges for storing up to 160 movies), one movie player, and one DVD reader. The movie guide service provides detailed information about thousands of movies.
No pricing info available at this point.

See press-release for more info.





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