AMD launched its Fusion platform a couple of weeks ago but the retail availability doesn't appear to be that great. FUD Zilla checked the retail channel and discovered Fusion motherboards are hard to get in many European markets, and US availability doesn't appear to be much better off either.
In fact, our price search engine is currently listing five ITX boards based on the E-350 APU, none of which are available in Germany, Austria, Great Britain or Poland. Americans aren’t much better off, either. However, Newegg at least has Gigabyte’s GA-350N in stock and the asking price is $149.
Interestingly a few retailers in Austria, Germany and Britain have an Asus mATX board in stock. The somewhat larger form factor does have its benefits, as the board packs two PCI slots, one PCI 2.0 x1 and one PCI 2.0 x16 slot (electrically x4). There’s also plenty of room for a passive heatsink, which is not the case with most ITX Fusion boards.