According to the manual I have in front of me it supports TV out (NTSC/PAL) thru the A/V and S-Video connectors on the back. I have not tried it.
But unless you have a real high end TV set do not expect real clear video like a computer monitor. TV's like Phillips/magnavox "from experience with the web surfer's" will display a real 'Grainy or pixilated' picture.
The average price here is about $150.00 "Bare bones" @Hard drives N.W. and at some of the other local OEM computer shops(Price match). I've seen these priced @ $200.00 on the web. I chose a local OEM over a web order just because it's local and one OEM offers a year warranty (HDNW), I do not have to hassle with shipping, insurance and delay's....
I've built and played with a lot of computers and this Soyo has found favor with me. I like it! One exception..the front plastic panel looks a little bit cheap...but I've definately seen worst!
Just looking over the motherboard it appears to be excellent quality and has greatly improved over there earlier versions. I think they have been forced to improve there product due to competitors like Asus, Abit, and others.
Actually now that I think about it the computer I'm writing this with has a Soyo AT mainboard running a Intel celeron (S-370) 500Mhz W/ 128MB ram, 18GB HDD, No problems with it. Been using it for about 4-5 months now daily. No...I'm not a Soyo rep.
I'm not sure how well the Li-7000 is selling here, There is a large quantity available and the area may be getting flooded with them, but that means the price may go down soon
P.S. According to the manual one has to use PC-100 S-Dram even though it's running at 66Mhz bus speed. That I don't quite understand why...