You do not think that Acer would not be sharing some of their new tablets with Packard Bell subsidiary is still kicking, right? The latter made his debut in the free form, its own spin on Acer A500 Iconia Tab. As expected, however, there are many differences beyond the name, this packing a the same style, 10-inch screen, Tegra 2 processor, dual cameras, and honeycomb and its other operating system more widely available. Release details are still a bit iffy, but apparently you can expect it to hit Europe sometime in June, with prices varying by country. Head on past the break for a hands-on video courtesy of Notebook Italia.