TweakTown got to see a prototype of a hybrid motherboard from DFI, the special thing about this product is that it lets you run two independent systems on a single mainboard. The hybrid motherboard features the NVIDIA ION and Intel Atom for low-power computing, and also the P45 chipset + Socket 775 processor support for tasks that require more power like gaming or video editing.
It turned out that DFI created a totally unique motherboard design that actually allows for two systems to run shared (KVM style) or fully independent of each other, on the one single board.
The left side of the system is built up of the components for the NVIDIA ION and Intel Atom platform. This part could be used as a low-power file server or torrent downloading system or even Blu-ray movie playback. And the right side of the board features the parts seen on a traditional P45 + Socket 775 CPU motherboard, which could be used for gaming, video editing or other intensive applications.