Summary: I attempted to search the Asrock forums but that seems like a joke, the forums ARE NOT HOSTED by Asrock. Why that decision was made I can't imagine, but it doesn't work out very well for the end users.
Pros: ITX system that seems capable enough for most task. I have tried both Ubuntu and Windows 7 on this motherboard. Ubuntu took forever to install for some reason and ran a bit slow while the Windows 7 install went quite quickly and runs a lot faster.
Cons: I can't get the audio drivers for Win 7 (32bit) SP1 to work for nothing! I have tried reinstalling serveral times, but even though device manager shows no issues, control panel shows no audio devices installed. I have tried the included DVD, Asrock's site drivers, even VIA's VT1705 driver...no jo...
Summary: This is just a reply to AJ. There is a Linux video driver for this board but it is only a 32bit driver. The good news is since this board is limited to 4GB of ram you do not really need or want to run a 64 bit OS. Here is a link to the driver from intel. Most distros should have it already.
Pros: I do not know yet
Cons: Cons limited memory expansion like all atoms.
Cons: Its integrated graphics only have drivers available for 32 bit Windows 7. If you plan to use this with Linux or another OS it will be unbearably slow because there will be no hardware acceleration.
Summary: Como comentan, existen ciertas limitaciones que hay que tener en cuenta a la hora de comprar. Ello no significa que sea un mal producto. El principal escollo es la falta de drivers para la VGA Intel que viene integrada.