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New Kaleidescape Blu-ray player can do the copy work

11 May 2010, Kaleidescape has announced the launch of its new M500 and M300  Blu-ray  players.

The more expensive player gives users the ability to rip Blu-ray discs (as well as DVDs and CDs) to your home server, which “can then be played back instantly by M500 and M300 Players, creating the world’s first multi-zone movie server for Blu-ray.”

Because the studios would not have ever signed off on it otherwise, the original Blu-ray disc must remain in the drive to playback the ripped content from the server, but it will save your drive’s laser.

The company says it is “developing a disc loader which will keep a large number of discs present within the Kaleidescape system. It will also provide bulk import, and make it easy to find and retrieve a disc.”

Adds Michael Malcolm, Kaleidescape’s founder, chairman and CEO: “We have invested a great amount of time and resources in developing the M-Class architecture, which is our platform for future innovation. We now have the tools to improve our world-renowned user experience and offer an even greater variety of content.”

Additionally, the company has updated their user interface, which includes the Kaleidescape Movie Guide, a comprehensive full-featured guide that includes 135,000 DVDs and 3300 Blu-rays.

That may all sound great, but here is the kicker; price. The M500 will cost $4000 and the M300, $3000. Both begin shipping in May.

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