Another day, another Honeycomb tablet. This one comes to us courtesy of Acer and looks nearly identical to its European cousin, the Acer-made Packard Bell Liberty Tab. The Iconia costs an acceptable $449.99 complete with 16GB memory and a microSD card reader. The 10.1-inch tablet runs Honeycomb out of the box and can display 1280×800 video thanks to a 1GHz Tegra 250 processor.
The Iconia is DLNA complaint and Acer is offering video docks, keyboards, and cases to round out the offering. It weighs 1.69 lbs and is .52 inches thick. It will not support Flash out of the box but, like the Xoom, it will support it in a further update.
You can pre-order the device on April 8 from Best Buy and it will ship on April 24. It will cost $449.99.