These units feature 7200RPM Serial ATA II HDDs with 8GB cache, 10/100 Ethernet support and a USB 2.0 port for use with a single computer.
The 320GB and 500GB version are available right now for $149 and $199, respectively. The 360GB model will be available by the end of September for $149.
"Today, the most common use for home networks is to enable shared Internet access," said Tom Kampfer, president and COO, Iomega Corporation. "Families are struggling with how to organize data across multiple PCs. Shared network storage made easy and affordable with Iomega's new Home Network Hard Drive adds the benefit of securely sharing and consolidating photos, music and video over a home family network, as well as increasing storage and backup capacity. At less than $150.00, the Iomega Home Network Hard Drive is a new price-performance milestone for networking today's digital home."