Helium filled harddrives with 6 Terabytes and 20 percent less power usage than conventional drives

Data-storage company HGST has begun making a six-terabyte helium hard drive that has a 50 percent greater storage capacity and uses about 20 percent less power than conventional hard drives. The secret to this leap forward in performance? Pumping the drives full of helium.

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