More details and images have surfaced of ASUS' ROG series G-SURF 365 motherboard thanks to french website InfoMars; this the final revision to have just started hitting store shelves recently for a little over 100 US Dollars.
I'm not quite sure why ASUS felt this motherboard to be worthy of being a part of their high-end enthusiast "Republic of Gamers" motherboard lineup, it's quite underwhelming compared to its bigger ROG brothers when you take a look at its feature-set.
The board supports AMD AM2 processors, but the chipset is very mundane; NVIDIA's base-level nForce 630. You get just two DDR2 slots, one PCI-E x16 slot and two legacy PCI slots. A unique locking system is used to protect your hardware from being pinched out of your case at LANs etc, but if someone's determined enough they'll just break the "plastic" it's made out of and be out of there in a jiffy.