Power Keyboard for Nokia Lumia 2520 now in stock at Microsoft Store online
Those who ordered Nokia Lumia 2520 tablets in the U.S. a few months ago have recently received their free Power Keyboards. If you missed out on the deal but still want the keyboard, you can now order it at the Microsoft Store online. It costs $149 with free shipping.
The Nokia Power Keyboard for the Lumia 2520 provides a physical keyboard input, an extra 2027 mAh battery, touch pad, and two full-sized USB ports. It also acts as a protective case for your Lumia 2520.
The Nokia Power Keyboard has arrived in U.K. stores just a couple of weeks ago. We’re glad that they’re now in stock in the United States. Currently, we only see the black keyboard. No other colors are listed.
- Nokia Power Keyboard for Lumia 2520 for AT&T (Black) (opens in new tab)
Are you buying the Power Keyboard for your Nokia Lumia 2520? Let us know in the comments!
Thanks for the tip, bdander!
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/command lines for my school and work programming, none of which would run on RT. And thats just one thing. So yea, if only it wasn't RT will still be valid. I bought a surface pro for $499 during the sale rather than one of these because it runs RT. And I'll probably pick up a SP3 in October or whenever, again because I can't use a tablet that doesn't have full windows
I know RT isn't for me. I don't mind that. RT is for people like my younger sister who is going to high school and just got a surface 2. I was arguing against aitt implying that RT did work for everyone, which it doesn't. Unless you mean RT is perfect, unless it doesn't have something you need.
Not really sure why you're trying to troll me for raising a legitimate flaw in response to an "RT has zero issues" comment. I didnt even flame him or anything. I'm not anti Microsoft in any way, so I don't know what you want to prove.
I don't understand why people are always hated for disliking RT. It isn't a bad operating system, but it has been almost universally criticized for one thing - dropping support for traditional programs without making it clear to the consumer. That creates a marketing problem, and it *certainly* gives it more than zero issues to a programmer (to examine a single usage scenario). Just because I know it has flaws doesn't mean I hate Microsoft. The problem with RT is you don't NEED that choice. Bay trail is just as fast and can run desktop apps, should you choose to do so. And if you don't and treat it like a tablet, well it works just like RT, no bloat necessary. But you still have the option.