If you’re a fan of the Acer Iconia range of Honeycomb tablets, you’ll be pleased to know that the A500 and the A100 are getting another sibling, the A200.
The new tablet has made its way through the Bluetooth certification process, and got snapped in the process. Nothing terribly bold about the design, and there aren’t really any details either to suggest what we’ll be seeing from this new offering.
All we know right now is that the Iconia Tab A200 will have Bluetooth and WiFi. It’s hard to judge the size from the tiny picture, but it’s probably safe to say when it does land it will be running Honeycomb.
While the A500 is hovering around Motorola Xoom pricing, the A100 is somewhat cheaper, so the A200 may be another entry from Acer aimed at the more cost conscious consumer. Hopefully we’ll find out soon enough.