Iomega's Home Media Network Hard Drive comes in 500GB and 1TB packages for $160/$230 repsectively—a good look, especially when considering the drive's AFP/SMB support, UPnP/iTunes servers and Gigabit Ethernet.
If you recall our guide to choosing a network-attached disk (something no Gizmodo household should be without), you'll remember that low-end drives often skimp on features like AFP for Apple networks, etc. Not so here. Good to keep in mind that drives that look good on paper could always have an unseen performance setback (like the Synology drive in our tests), and that these are single-disk models with no RAID redundancy for auto backups. But still, a good value for some quick network storage, as those prices aren't too much of a premium over a non-networked USB disk at those sizes.