It looks like YSS has bought 3 of them:
So the usual tests by YSS will be coming soon ...
There are also some tests of this PX-760A already published here
[with little translations into english]:
There are also on this wepage detailed photos of the internal boards of both following drives:
Looking carefully at these pics you can see that the "strange wiring" present in the PX-755A has beeen completely removed from the new PX-760A.
For the rest the 2 board look the same (to me at least).
The main chipset seems to be the same in both drives: a Sanyo LC 897496K
So my question is to the experts is:
Why was this wiring which realy looks like "glued on top of the board"
present in the PX-755A ??
Is it in order to prevent:
- the crossflashing 755-->760
- the use of PxScan
- or for some other reason ?