Gigabyte GA-E350N-USB3

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1 Bjorn3D
2 TweakTown
"The GIGABYTE E350N-USB3 is as you might've guessed a Fusion board based on the E Series of Fusion APU from AMD. They tell us that this is the "Value & Essential" series. We're going to get into all of that in just a few moments, though, as we take a look at the motherboard to see what's on offer. What we'll first do is check out the package that GIGABYTE has got going on."
3 Tech Report
"We take a closer look at a Fusion-equipped Gigabyte GA-E350N-USB3 Mini-ITX motherboard to see if it delivers on Zacate's potential for small-form-factor desktops and home-theater PCs. While we're at it, we also test the peripheral performance of Fusion's Hudson M1 platform hub."
4 eTeknix
"Whilst we see products getting smaller, we are generally seeing them using less power and dissapating less heat and this is where AMD have taken advantage with their showcase of their newest AMD Fusion APU platform. Fusion utilises a CPU/GPU combination creating the Fusion APU to give users an all-in-one solution which draws very little power."
5 Techware Labs
6 TBreak
7 Neoseeker
"Today we take a look at a small form factor motherboard offering from Gigabyte based on AMD's Fusion platform, the E350N-USB3. The Fusion platform combines motherboard, CPU and graphics into one very compact solution geared for the HTPC market, and we put the E350N-USB3's performance to test in our first Fusion-centric review."
8 PureOC
"Gigabyte has coupled a new motherboard with the newest release by AMD. This release is not your typical expectation; rather something AMD has been working for some time, a vision now reality called FUSION. The product is an embedded processor named the E350 and the motherboard is labeled the E350N-USB3."
9 iXBT Labs
10 PC Perspective
"I had high expectations for this E-350 motherboard, but the benchmark results didn't give me what I was looking for from this board. The next Fusion APUs will provide better CPU performance as well as graphics and multimedia capabilities to help boost this platform into something consumers will drool over for their next home theater PC."