Almost all newer Intel boards (LGA 1155) will have the VGA/DVI/HDMI ports. The only exceptions are the P67 boards.
As far as not having a PS/2 port, I'm pretty sure that it's only the absolute highest end boards that don't have one.
On the AMD side, any AM3/AM3+ board that doesn't have on board graphics won't have the VGA/DVI/HDMI ports, of course, but I don't recall ever seeing an AMD board without a PS/2 port.
I'm trying to understand the purpose of this, though.
Why do you need a board with so few ports. There's no advantages to it. It's not like it would be any cheaper and looks shouldn't matter because no one ever sees the back of the system anyway. I just don't see the point.
I get that there may not be a need for the extra ports, but it's not exactly like they're hurting anything by just existing.
I say just don't even worry about it.