ECS is known as a motherboard maker which are umm…, the politically correct term is 'targeting the value market'. But the upcoming tablet, ECS's PF88 Extreme Hybird, is a pleasant surprise. True, in terms of performance it's somewhere at the end, but only by a small margin and besides that it makes up for it by being currently the only motherboard in the world (to the best of my knowledge), since the days of the K6 3, which also supports the Pentium 4 processor in LGA 775). 775 is not exactly a socket but contacts) and also in Athlon 64 processors in a 939 socket. ECS was able to do this by using the PCIe x16 card on which the processor sits, when there is an LGA775 socket built into the motherboard. In theory it is possible to mount any processor on the above board using the correct adapter. Indeed ECS is working on a card for Athlon64 in socket 754 and for Pentium 4 processors in socket 478.
The board is based on SiC's chipset, 656 North Bridge and 965 Southern Bridge for the Pentium 4 processor when the A95 (Athlon 64 S939) adapter uses the 756 North Bridge and the existing South Bridge on the board. In addition, the board contains a large amount of features including SATA 2, PCIe, firewire, 1Gbps network card, 8 audio channels (though probably not high quality) and also includes a favorite feature with a WiFi option 802.11g USB with USB extension cable plus Payment of 15 Pounds (approximately 120). The adapter, A95, is not included in Bendel and costs 31 pounds (about NIS 240).
Hexus took a sample board for review and was impressed, the reading is highly recommended.