The Biostar TA75A+ is an entry-level motherboard for the new A-Series CPUs from AMD, using the ATX form factor instead of the microATX one. It comes with only the basic options provided by the chipset, which are more than enough for the average user, since this chipset provides USB 3.0 and SATA-600 ports.
It competes directly with the ECS A75F-A, which is cheaper (USD 85 vs. USD 100). This model from ECS has a few small advantages, such as one eSATA-600 port (converted from one of the original SATA-600 ports), an on-board optical SPDIF output, and an external clear CMOS button. The portrayed model from Biostar, on the other hand, has a POST diagnostics display, independent analog audio jacks (on the ECS A75F-A they are shared), has a voltage regulator with one extra phase with monitoring LEDs, far more overclocking options, and an embedded infrared interface.
4If you are looking for an inexpensive motherboard for an A-Series CPU from AMD using the ATX form factor, both motherboards are good options, but if you are on a budget and don’t care about the little advantages the Biostar TA75A+ offers over the ECS A75F-A, the model from ECS is the obvious choice.