ASRock has just announced a new Intel Motherboard that’s still pending for approval. What’s special in their new motherboard is the USB 3.0 ports location. Most motherboard ever released was placed at the rear I/O panel, but ASRock version has moved to the front.
USB 3.0 has becoming popular thanks to the fast transfer rate at 5GBbps. Lots of hard drives and media drives have been manufactured with USB 3.0 interface, so placing the ports to the front of the desktop PC is pretty a nice idea. No needs to snug into the rear of your desk to find the ports for the devices anymore.
If you need more details on this Motherboard, you can read the full review at TomsHardware.