Portwell company is unknown to the masses, although it has been an active player in the PC market for almost three decades, just not consumer. Its main activity is embedded industrial systems.But now the company presented a motherboard PEB-9783G2AR, which would hardly be interesting for an average user, if it were not for the number of USB ports.
As we can see on photo below, there are a lot of them. To be more precise, there are two dozen of them, and this is all USB 3.2. You can also see a couple of RJ-45, HDMI, two DisplayPorts and an auditorium on the back panel.
The board is made in FlexATX form factor (9 x 7.5 inches) and is designed for Intel Xeon and Core processors in LGA 1200 version. There are two modifications based on chipsets W480E and Q470E, which depends on the support of one or another CPU. It is worth noting that the board supports processors with TDP 35-80 W with up to ten cores.
As for the rest, the board has four slots for RAM DDR4 EEC, two SATA III ports, one slot for SSD format M.2 and a slot PCIe 3.0 x16. There is also a set of GPIO connectors.