Spam Cube: A spam filtering appliance for the home. It’s $150, and sits between your modem and your router. Presumably it intercepts POP and IMAP requests and cleans them before returning the results.
Is there a point to this? Why a hardware solution? Just to protect more than one computer?
They claim it protects up to four computers, though customers have claimed to protect up to six. That seems low to me. Spam filtering isn’t that resource-intensive, is it? Keep in mind that this is a dedicated appliance, so it has a processor in it that doesn’t nothing but filter spam.