Netgear is teaming up with Zetera to develop a
toaster Storage over IP (SoIP) system. The system, Netgear's Storage Central SC101, will allow for two IDE-based hard drives to be connected to an entire network for some smart file-sharing and storage. A controller card within the toaster uses DHCP to set up individual network partitions, basically meaning each hard drive is given a specific IP address. The client manager installed on each machine will then recognize the IP partition as a local drive.
It will cost you about $100 and you have to BYO hard drives.
Netgear Storage Central SC101 [TrustedReviews]