Why didn't I get a memo on this? Anyways, Western Digital announced a new single-bay NAS, the MyCloud. At $40 more than a regular MyBook with USB 3.0, it's certainly less expensive than even the most basic Synology. The interesting bits from the press release: Too long, didn't read? Frankly, me neither. It stores you audio/video/media library on an internet connected hard drive and allows you to access them on a Mac, PC or iOS device - . From what I understand it's a MyBook Live with a faster CPU, the ability to add a second USB 3.0 hard drive (or maybe even more with a hub) and with DLNA to work with your Playstation 4 or Xbox One. Hang on, but what's this? The MyCloud EX4, a $349 4-bay NAS. And with a 2GHz dual-core CPU is not only a little less expensive but also faster than a Synology DS413j, too. Look at that, it supports aMule. But if you're looking for a single-bay NAS as a companion to your Xbox One with non-replaceable hard drive, the MyCloud might be worth a look.