The company Iomega has recently added to the range produced by the new network storage products under the name Home Media Network Hard Drive, specifically optimized for use at home. The device, offered in versions with a capacity of 500 GB and 1 TB is a very attractive design of its aluminum shell was built based on the chip Oxford 810SE with a clock speed of 370 MHz and equipped with the operating system EMC LifeLine Home-based platform for Linux. At the same time, in addition to the functions of data backup, new to exercise more and transmission of multimedia streams for game consoles, digital photo frames and TVs with a network connection. According to the developers, their offspring are simple to use, provides remote administration, but also compatible with iTunes. At last, said that the product is equipped with a Gigabit Ethernet interface and USB 2. 0, comes with special software EMC Retrospect Express, and will soon be available for purchase at a price of $ 160 (500 GB) or $ 230 (1 TB).