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New Nokia Lumia 2520 tablet ad claims Apple iPad not suitable for outdoors

Monday, 23 December 2013
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Washington, December 23:

Taking a dig at rival Apple's iPad, Nokia has reportedly released a new ad for its Lumia 2520 tablet in which it is telling people that unlike the iPad, the Lumia tablet can be used in the brightest of lights and is suitable for outdoor use.

The new ad stressing on the difficulties of owning a dachshund and an iPad, because the dachshund just wants to play outside but what sort of dachshund owner plays with their dog without taking their iPad along?

According to Cnet, when the dog goes away from the owner, it finds a man who has bought a Lumia 2520 which is perfectly capable of being enjoyed under the brightest of skies.

Microsoft has also tried several routes to sale its product better by tainting the image of Apple, including one saying that students will fail in college if they use an iP ad . (ANI)

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