We already have both networking and storage companies flooding the market with network storage, but now it looks like boutique PC makers are getting into the act as well. CyberPower, best known for its gaming computers, has just announced a unit based on an Intel Atom processor and running Windows Home Server server.
The base price for the 500GB Windows Home Server 100 is $399, though you can move to 1TB for an additional $49. You can throw in a memory-card reader for another $10. That's far less than HP's Windows Home Server units, but they have a lot more panache and added functionality.