Swype has just announced version 3.0 beta of its famous input system, now complete with Honeycomb tablet support. This is a special WXGA version especially created for the slates running Android 3.0 and it comes with a movable and resizable layout.

The changelog includes better word correction when you stop using Swype and go back to tapping letters, plus you can mix and match, while keeping the autocorrect function on. The pop-up for word choice was also improved, so you get a horizontal bar and not that annoying dialog. The predictive text engine received a big revamp and should work better.

Well, if you’ve used Swype on a smartphone, you’ll surely want to try it on an a tablet. You can download it now from the source link, but till then there’s a video demo below: