Packard Bell just doesn't have the same ring as it once did, but that's
largely because PB's operations are focused outside of North America
now. That said, it's still a label that people are generally familiar
with, and you really know the bandwagon is hopping once a company like
this announces their own Honeycomb tablet. Up until now, Motorola's Xoom
was the only Android 3.0 tablet that people could rattle off, but a few
smaller companies have popped up since with Honeycomb tablets of their
own. The Liberty Tab is the newest to make its debut, which is a new
take on the Acer Iconia Tab A500.
Outside of the name, there aren't too many differences to focus on.
There's a 10" display, two cameras, a Tegra 2 processor and Honeycomb as
the OS. There's no real clear indication of when it'll start to ship
out, but obviously we'd expect it to first land in Europe. There's a
video below showcasing the features, but if you've seen the A500, you
won't find too much to be shocked about.