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]