Unless I misunderstand, a USB-2 external drive will plug into each PC.
Why can't you connect all your PCs to your home network? I have four, two laptops and two desktops on my network. On one of the desktops I have a large hard drive set as shared. I can put anything I want on it from any PC.
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I wanted to store all my media on an external hard drive. I have 4 computers with different versions of windows so I don't think I can connect then via a home network. I would like to have all of them connect to an external drive using CAT5 cables. Is there anything like this? (I have $300 bucks to spend). If not, any suggestion on the best way to do this. (Two of the computers are on a home wireless network which is connected to a cable modem)