The Tech Report delivers some coverage of what Zotac had to present at CES 2010. Besides motherboards, the company also showed off an upcoming Intel CULV based ultraportable laptop and even a 10" tablet:
Easily the most unexpected product in Zotac's suite was a CULV-based ultraportable that the company is considering bringing to North America. Built by Zotac's parent company, PC Partner, the system is similar in size and weight to Acer's AS1810TZ. The notebook features a Pentium SU4100 processor and an Intel GS45 Express chipset, and its six-cell battery is said to deliver 7-8 hours of battery life.
Zotac even had an Atom-powered netbook and a 10" tablet on display. The latter uses an electro-magnetic touchscreen that requires stylus input but apparently offers much greater precision than standard touchscreens. Business and education markets are being targeted with the tablet, although it's unclear whether the system will be available in North America under the Zotac brand.