We've got a trio of companies outing Windows Home Server
-based devices here at CES, all of which are coming hot on the heels of the recently revamped HP MediaSmart Servers
. Acer's got the Aspire easyStore, which trucks along on an Atom 230 CPU and features 1GB of RAM, four hot-swappable drive bays and 640GB of storage. Shuttle's offering up the SH-4500 and SH-K4800, both of which include dual bays and four USB 2.0 ports; finally, VIA's letting loose the gigantic eight bay NSD7800, which can hold up to 12TB of images, videos, tunes and whatever else you feel like streaming. Per usual, price / release date remains a mystery, but we ought to be hearing more about those bits soon.
[Thanks, Kai Ng Tvedt]