Zotac's H55 ITX was the first Mini-ITX motherboard to hit the market using Intel's H55 Express chipset. Now, it looks like the board will be getting some competition from Gigabyte. SemiAccurate has come across pictures of an H55N-USB3 mobo posted on the XFastest forums.
Although no specifications are posted, USB 3.0 support looks to be a given. The picture also reveals dual DIMM slots, a PCI Express x16 slot, four internal SATA ports, and a port cluster that features DVI, HDMI, S/PDIF, and eSATA connectivity. Although the board's price is unknown, we can apparently expect it to arrive around the middle of next month. For reference, Zotac's H55 ITX is currently selling for $145 at Newegg.
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