Summary: Compared to the more expensive ASUS F2A85-M Pro , the Gigabyte F2A75M-D3H lacks a DisplayPort connector, eSATA, and 8x/8x CrossFireX. However, you could argue that most monitors still don't use DisplayPort, USB 3.0 will replace eSATA (or an internal SATA port with a eSATA adapter is a simple alternative), and CrossFireX is unlikely to be used in a value APU-based system.
Excerpt: The Gigabyte F2A75M-D3H is a socket FM2 motherboard compatible with AMD’s latest A-series “Trinity” processors such as the Best Buy-winning AMD A10-5800K . It uses the mid-range A75 chipset to deliver six SATA3 ports, six back-panel USB ports (two of which are USB3) and four RAM slots that can take up to 64GB of RAM. That isn’t bad for a budget motherboard, especially a MicroATX motherboard.