Would you like to have a terabyte of storage available on your home network? For those not familiar with the term, a terabyte is 1,000 gigabytes. It is also roughly equivalent to all the text contained in the books that fill 30 feet of shelf space. That should be enough to hold all your genealogy data!
Davis Freeberg has written a review of the Buffalo TeraStation. This device has four 250-gigabyte hard drives inside the box, giving a total storage capacity of one terabyte. He found some problems with the unit, contacted Buffalo's technical support several times and posted their responses as part of his review.