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Nokia Lumia 2520 Tablet

It looks like Nokia, Microsoft's recent gift-to-itself, is trying to steal a little thunder from Apple's forthcoming new iPads. Aiming to let you work hard and hardly work at the same time, the Nokia Lumia 2520 ($500) is a 10-inch tablet (Nokia's first ever) that comes loaded with Windows 8 and all the boxiness the operating system has to offer. It features 4G LTE connectivity, a full HD screen that's made to look great, even in direct sunlight, while a snap-on keyboard with five hours of battery life lets you type, or touch, giving it the usability of a full-sized machine, with the portability of a tablet. A range of color options are available for you to pick from.

  • iPad mini

    We knew it was coming, but that doesn't make it any less of a small big deal. The iPad mini ($330-$660) is the long-awaited smaller sibling to Apple's blockbuster tablet. Sporting an aluminum body that's just 7.2mm thin and weighs just 0.68 pounds, it still manages to pack in a 7.9-inch display, an A5 processor, a 5MP iSight camera, a front-facing FaceTime HD camera, and Apple's new Lightning connector. Available in black or white.

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  • Earl Backcountry Survival Tablet

    iPads and the like can be incredibly handy... when you're around things like Wi-Fi, cellular towers, and electricity. For those times when you're not, there's the Earl Backcountry Survival Tablet ($250). Designed specifically for use in the wilderness, it offers features like a 1024 x 768 6" flexible E-Ink screen with the ability to double as an emergency lantern, a built-in AM/FM/SW/LW radio tuner, an IP67 rated water/dust/shock/mud-proof design, an integrated solar panel, internal weather sensors, a FRS, GMRS and MURS transceiver for use as a two-way radio, and a glove-friendly infrared touchscreen. Combined with the robust GPS hardware, Bluetooth 4.0, and Android 4.1, it's a uniquely qualified piece of kit that could quickly become indispensable on your next outdoor adventure.