The fabled Nokia tablet is finally out in the real world, going by the name Nokia Lumia 2520 and looking every bit like the Lumia smartphone-inspired slate the world expected. What might not have been expected quite so much by the Nokia-hungry fans in our environment was the keyboard add-on. This Nokia Power Keyboard attaches to the Lumia 2520 and makes the machine into a full-fledged notebook, so to speak.
This week Nokia is making certain the keyboard element in this equation is known with an offer for the device to be sent to new owners of the Nokia Lumia 2520 for free. You'll find that purchasing said Nokia Lumia 2520 from a list of participating retailers will result in the availability of this keyboard by mail - otherwise it'd cost a cool $149 USD.
While there is an "other" choice available in the device retailer column on the keyboard page in question, it's far more likely that you'll have picked a Lumia 2520 up at an AT&T or Verizon store as such. This machine is currently arriving in AT&T and Verizon stores with 4G LTE this month from Nokia nationwide.
You can have a closer look at the Nokia Lumia 2520 in our Nokia Lumia 2520 full review, published just this week. There you'll find out all the details on how this 10.1-inch display-toting red-or-black-backed Windows RT tablet functions, and whether it's worth the effort in the first place. Let us know if you've got one of your own!