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Kaleidescape Upgrades Operating System

The new KEAOS 3.5 includes iTunes compatibility, classical music support, greater reliability, and additional personalization options.

Mountain View, CA–Kaleidescape has unveiled the latest version of its proprietary Kaleidescape Entertainment Appliance Operating System (KEAOS 3.5). New features include the ability to automatically synchronize music from a Kaleidescape System to iTunes on a PC, an iPod or other digital music player; an innovative classical music interface that lets users easily personalize their classical music listening experience; greater data safety in the event of disk drive failure; and new options for sharing personalized movie scripts and favorite scenes with other Kaleidescape users.

The Kaleidescape System provides an easy-to-use interface, and can store and manage large collections of DVD movies and audio CDs. It automatically organizes movie and music collections and provides descriptive information for most DVDs and CDs. Once movies and music are stored on the Kaleidescape System, they can be enjoyed instantly in any Kaleidescape Player-equipped room.

“We are dedicated to providing our customers with new capabilities that make the home entertainment experience more rewarding,” said Michael Malcolm, founder, chairman and CEO of Kaleidescape. “The features in KEAOS 3.5 provide Kaleidescape owners with even more flexibility and choice, such as the ability to take their valued music collections on the go through our new iTunes integration, and capabilities for classical music designed to meet the needs of everyone, from beginning collectors to classical music aficionados.”

KEAOS 3.5 is available immediately on all new Kaleidescape Systems. It will be provided automatically to existing customers in January 2008.