Nokia Lumia 2520 keyboard review after launch

By Posted 21 Jan 2014, 10:55

We finally have some good news for those of you who are looking to buy the Nokia Lumia 2520 Power Keyboard in the UK. Nokia has also confirmed a Nokia 2520 keyboard UK price, so we have a selection of videos for you to watch to see if the expensive accessory is worth a purchase or not.

Many will agree that the Lumia 2520 is easily one of the best Windows 8.1 tablets that money can buy at the moment. It has a fairly high price tag of £399, but for that you are getting some seriously good hardware specifications.

Now, you have the option of turning the Nokia 2520 tablet into a fully fledged portable laptop running on Windows 8.1 RT, with the addition of the Power Keyboard.

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We can confirm that as of January 20th, the Nokia Lumia 2520 Power Keyboard is now shipping in the UK. It has a price of £149.95 and one of the big attractions is that it comes with an extra 2027 mAh battery, offering a bonus five hours battery life to the tablet.

As for the Nokia Keyboard itself, the dimensions are 270.5 x 179 x 30mm and weighs 571g. The design is absolutely gorgeous too, a touch-supported keyboard that bears similarity to Microsoft’s Surface (Pro) keyboard – which we love too, by the way.

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To give you a good idea of what you will be buying, we offer a selection of videos which specifically focus in on the Nokia 2520 keyboard. Some of you may find the accessory is expensive, but the build quality and design may just push you over the edge, as it really is a thing of beauty with the keyboard attached.

Watch the clips and let us know if you are thinking of buying the keyboard. Is £150 a suitable price point for you or not?

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  • Michael Elliot Gilmore

    Haha.. Android Tablet?

  • bee144

    lol who’s the editor? Android tablet. What a slap in the face for such a great device. My little brother could’ve written a more in depth article. Clearly this was written to generate ad revenue.