There’s nothing more disruptive to an experience with technology than the difficulty of connecting to Wi-Fi. This obstacle has caused many to simply leave their tablets, where one of the many purposes is to be provided entertainment while traveling, at home or at work, where one is guaranteed a secure Wi-Fi connection.
Windows recently released a tablet, the Nokia Lumia 2520, which enables connectivity wherever you go. If you’re a fan of the line of Nokia Lumia smartphones, then this tablet is definitely for you. It is essentially a larger version of the smartphone with the look and body of the device. It comes in the standard-color black for both AT&T and Verizon versions – except the Verizon tablet has a red color option as well – has a 10.1-inch full HD display, 6.7 MP PureView camera, 4G LTE, and 2 GB RAM/32 GB storage – plus, you’ll be able to use it wherever you want, whenever you want.
The Nokia Lumia 2520 is so popular that it is currently out of stock for AT&T users on the online Microsoft Store. However, Verizon users are still in luck. The Nokia Lumia 2520 is being sold at a higher than usual cost of $399 for AT&T, and $499 for Verizon, with a data-plan agreement. However, it is not arguable that it’s worth the money, as this is a tablet you can actually use without a portability limit. You can’t put a price on productivity!