Netgear has just churned out and announced its ReadyNAS Ultra series, which is available in a few different potential storage capacities and ready to stream to TiVo.
Powered by Intel Atom processors, Netgear's latest network-attached storage machines start off at $599.99 for a diskless Ultra 4 two-bay edition, which can be filled with dual 2TB drives at $899.99.
Also for $899.99, you could get an empty Ultra 6 three-bay version, which in turn can be filled with three 2TB disks for $1,349.99.
Not only can these ReadyNAS devices connect to a TiVo box, but also to mobile devices via Orb technology and DLNA-certified machines.
The Ultra 4 and Ultra 6 will be ready for pre-order this Monday, July 12 on Amazon. A smaller-form Ultra 2 is expected to drop in October.