Gigabyte previously announced its J1800-based motherboard, and on Friday broke the news about the J1900N-D3V board, which will be a considerable improvement on the previous model. Sporting a Celeron J1900 chip, it utilizes four cores at 2.0 GHz.
The Bay Trail-based chip uses integrated Intel HD graphics that run at 688 MHz, which can be boosted to 854 MHz. Connectivity consists of one PCI port, two SATA2 ports, and two DDR3-SODIMM slots. As far as rear I/O connectivity goes, there are two serial COM ports, two PS/2 ports, four USB 3.0 ports, dual gigabit ethernet ports, and stereo audio jacks. The board is also equipped with DualBIOS.
Unfortunately, there are few details about how much this board will go for or when it will be available. You can check out Gigabyte's official website for more information as it arises, and we will update as more info becomes available.