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Iomega today announced its low-priced Home Network Hard Drive product line.

The single-drive NASes come in 320GB, 360GB and 500GB capacities and connect via a 10/100 Ethernet port. All versions can also function as a directly-attached external USB 2.0 drive.

Other features include a built-in XBox 360 media server and two client licenses for EMC Retrospect HD backup software.

The 320GB and 500 GB models are available now at MSRP's of $149 and $199, respectively. Note that the 320 GB model is available only direct from Iomega. The 360GB model is expected to be available in late September for $149.

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