Nokia Lumia 2520 will arrive in markets on November 22, 2013. This would be the first tablet from this Finnish company, which is, as of now, in the process of being taken over by Microsoft. The complete version of Microsoft Office will obviously be pre-installed on this gadget. In fact, this installation is pulling gadgets savvy people to this tablet because people would have a full-fledged device which can be used for working, entertainment, photography, and communication at their disposal, with added advantage of mobility.
The display of this tablet would be around 10.1 inches in dimension. This would include the much acclaimed ClearBlack Technology. The rear camera of this laptop would be of 6.7 megapixels and include Ziess optics.
Microsoft’s Windows RT-8.1 would be the Operating system in these devices. This OS is perfected for touch screen tablets.
AT&T would sell this tablet for $399 which cost is inclusive of a contract of 2 years from the company. This price will come down to $199 if the buyer purchases this laptop along with Lumia 1520, 1020, or 925 smartphones. Many handy apps such as Nokia Storyteller, Nokia Video Director, Nokia Music, and HERE Maps would form an integral part of this gadget and the software programs in it. HERE, Maps can generate maps even in remote locations where Internet connection is inaccessible.
It does look like Microsoft is finally finding the right product mix for retaining if not extending its market share. However, price still looks prohibitive. There are cheaper alternatives available in the market as of now, and since life of such gadgets is not much, becoming a permanent player in these markets would be tough for this product.