Seagate unveils its own 10TB helium-filled hard drive
Seagate, after a slightly embarrassing pause, has launched a 10-terabyte helium-filled enterprise-class 3.5-inch hard drive. The drives aren't yet commercially available—they're being sampled to both Alibaba and Huawei at the moment—but they'll probably be around £600/$800 when they eventually arrive. This 10TB drive marks Seagate's first foray into...
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