This is the first we've seen of the Acer Iconia Tab A200, an as yet unannounced Android Honeycomb tablet that's come to light thanks to a brief post on the Bluetooth SIG website. Unfortunately, the leak is extremely short on details — in fact there are almost none to speak of, except that it'll have Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and will be available worldwide. And yes, that's as big as the picture gets. There is some information online, most notably from a thread on XDA Developers which describes it as a "low-cost" Iconia Tab A500. Their data pegs it as having a rear camera, Dolby Mobile, new Acer Ring app and lockscreen shortcuts, and running Honeycomb 3.2.1. Our review of the A500 called it one of the better low cost Android tablets — so if the A200 is even less pricey, it could be a tempting proposition.