DVDs, CDs and Blue-Ray discs are a royal pain. They take up space, are difficult to organize and time consuming to rip. This why we need the Kaleidescape M700 Disc Vault, a 320-disc monster that organizes your collection for you.
The M700 accepts your CDs and DVDs and copies their content to its internal file system. If you want to save some shelf space, just keep the discs inside the machine for safe-keeping. Blu-Ray discs are also supported but they have to be stored inside the machine to work.
Once the disc is inserted, each song or movie is indexed and organized for easy playback. The Disc Vault has a nifty on-screen menu that lets you browse the stored content and handpick the item you want to play. Convenience like this is costly — alone the Kaleidescape M700 Disc Vault costs $6,000. Couple the M700 with a Blue-Ray server and the cost skyrockets to $16,000. [Kaleidescape via Slash Gear]
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