Biostar will be showcasing motherboards packing Intel's 100-series chipsets that support Intel's sixth generation of Core processors, codenamed Skylake, the company announced in its latest press release. We've heard rumors before pointing towards the 100-series chipsets aimed at Skylake processors, but this is the first form of official confirmation, albeit from Biostar, and not Intel.
Biostar will have boards on demo at Computex with the Z170 chipset, the H170 chipset, and the B150 chips. The Z-series chipsets are generally the full-featured parts with overclocking capabilities. The H-series matches the features of the Z-series, but without the overclocking support, and the B-series is oriented towards businesses and budget platforms. The board pictured is the Gaming Z170X4 without any heatsinks installed. Just by looking at the photo, the most notable feature appears to be the three SATA-Express slots.
Naturally, if Biostar is presenting these chipsets, it is very well possible that other motherboard vendors will be doing the same. This tells us that Computex will be the reveal of the 100-series chipsets, where we will find out all of its secret juicy details.
Additionally, in the same press release Biostar announced its Gaming Z97X motherboard -- a board aimed at high-performance enthusiasts. It is "designed from the ground up to be cool looking and high performing," and comes with Hi-Fi audio, dual Gigabit Ethernet (one of which is driven by a Killer NIC), dual HDMI ports, DisplayPort, along with USB 3.1, an M.2 slot, SATA-Express, and more. It also comes with overclocking features, which includes an LN2 mode switch to warm up the motherboard, protecting it from condensation. More details will also be revealed at Computex, which runs from June 2 through 6.