At CeBIT (15 to 21 March 2007), Albatron will unveil the first Mini-ITX AM2(+?) motherboard. We remind you that the company has already launched similar Mini-ITX Socket 754 motherbards initally designed for VIA's low power consumption processors and later for Core 2 Duos.
The chipset chosen for this motherboard isn't yet known but some of the characteristics of the motherboad have already been announced: Raid SATA-II, Gigabit Ethernet port, 8 USB, FireWire and HDMI connectors. We don't know if it will have an MXM connector and require So-DIMM memory but nevertheless it will be interesting in the case of a Mini PC not intended for games (even if the chipset will beneficiate from the most powerful graphic cicuit on the market).