Other major companies have announced plans to release Honeycomb tablets this year, but details about these devices are a little sketchy.
1. Archos -- Known for its myriad of personal media players, Archos says they will release a Honeycomb tablet in June featuring "disruptive 3G" (whatever this is).
2. Dell's Streak line will get a Honeycomb version with a 10.1-inch screen, called the Streak Pro, sometime in June, and feature an "enterprise application stack.
3. Like the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer, Lenovo's 10.1-inch display tablet will have an optional keyboard dock. It appears this tablet may be marketed to enterprise. Its availability could be either July or August. There could also be a 7-inch display model.
4 MSI -- This company has shown off several concept tablets at trade shows over the last two years, but haven't delivered much in the way of shipping products. Now the company claims its Honeycomb entry, the WindPad 100A, which will have a 10.1-inch screen, will first start selling on June 1 with a price of $399.
5. Sony has announced it will sell two Honeycomb tablets by year end. One will have a 9.4-inch display, and a curvy design. The other will be a dual-screen model with two 5.5-inch displays.
6. Toshiba -- A major differentiator about their 10.1-inch display Honeycomb tablet is that it could have a removable battery. It will be available in Japan in late June but, as of this writing, a North American release had yet to be announced.