Acer wasn't officially talking about its Tegra 3-powered, Android 4.0 Iconia Tab A510 at CES — even though it was on display at Nvidia's booth — but that's just changed. At a pre-CeBIT event in Germany, the company detailed the new 10.1-inch tablet and announced that it will be launching in April for around 500 Euros. We were pretty impressed with the tablet when we saw it back in Vegas, but we were even more impressed with the Iconia Tab A700, which has a whopping 1920 x 1200-resolution display. Acer's not giving up any details on that one just yet, but we assume it will be a bit more than the A510's €500 starting price. We also assume that the A510 will start for around $500 when it hits the US, given that Acer's lower-end Iconia Tab A200 now starts at $330. We should be hearing more at CeBIT, so stay tuned.