Okay, it turns out that board was a completely bad choice. I got a useful reply from a seller now.
Thank you for your interest. A CPU heatsink is already included with this motherboard. The DC jack to power on this board is not included. It should be part of a separate smaller board that is connected by a ZIF cable. The hard drives for these mini 1000 laptops are 1.8" ZIF connection drives as well. Unfortunately I am not aware if this motherboard will work straight away with USB components and an external LCD. There does not appear to be any VGA display port included on this motherboard.Mixed responses...It should work you will need to come up with a way to turn it on using a push button power switch that is normally in a closed position and hook it up to the power board. As far as it needing a keyboard and that it will not it should work fine.
Thank you for your inquiry, we'll be happy to assist you.
Yes, power button boards sits on the motherboard itself on these system board models.
And yes it boots up to Windows just fine if bare bone assembled.I will probably just get a crappy old laptop and modify it, that way I've got all the necessary parts.May be you need the keyboard to select LCD screen to external monitor.
I still however believe it would be most convenient if we could buy laptop motherboards from MP3Car that are known to work as described in my first post