First 10TB Helium-filled Hard drive hits the market

Today Western Digital has just released the first 10TB Hard drive for general use. The Ultrastar He10 is notable for two reasons: it's hermetically sealed and filled with helium, which is still a rather novel idea; and it has seven platters crammed into a standard-height 25.4mm (1-inch) hard drive.

There's no price listed for the Ultrastar He10, but it'll probably cost about $800. The first helium-filled drives were expensive, but the He8 is now down to around $550, which isn't bad for an enterprise drive