For years Nokia was happy to leave Google and Apple to fight for control of the tablet market and vehemently insisted it would not enter the race until it had something new to offer. This year it clearly thought it was time to throw its hat in the ring, releasing its first 10in tablet, the Nokia Lumia 2520.
Powered by soon to be owner Microsoft's Windows RT 8.1 operating system, the Lumia 2520 comes with a few custom Nokia innovations designed to separate it from the competition. These include the 2520's custom Here Maps and Nokia Video Director applications, and the ClearBlack screen technology originally seen on the Finnish company's Windows Phone handsets.
These innovations, combined with the 2520's superfast 4G connectivity, make the Nokia Lumia 2520, on paper, one of the best Windows RT tablets ever released. For a more in-depth look at the Nokia Lumia 2520 read V3's full written review.