Maestro did make an appearance at CES 2011 with their tablet device that was powered by the Pinetrail processor, which could also triple boot (take that, double boot-ers!) in Windows 7, Android and MeeGo. Of course, their latest effort known as the Maestro S will run on Intel’s recently announced Oak Trail processors, sporting a 10.1″ touchscreen display as well as an integrated kickstand and a magnetic cover – seems to be an amalgamation of everything, including the Smart Cover for the iPad 2 and a kickstand peripheral. Oh yeah, did we mention that this tablet has its own portable keyboard? Yup, that’s right. To spruce things up, the magnets will actually send the tablet to hibernation when you slap it on in a jiffy. Expect the price to be out of reach of ordinary Joes, since the Maestro S sports a 32GB solid state drive. Other hardware specifications include 2GB RAM, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, USB 2.0 support, HDMI, a microSD memory card slot as well as GPS. Keep your eyes peeled out for this at the FCC’s archives if this were to make its way Stateside!
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