Whenever I’m using a Wi-Fi-only tablet, I invariably leave it at home or work — places I know that Wi-Fi networks are reliable and fast, where the device will actually be useful to me. That’s why LTE seems like such a natural addition to a device, bringing that connectivity everywhere — but it’s an extra cost, that can be hard to justify. And apart from the iPad and a handful of Android tablets, there aren’t that many LTE tablet options out there anyway. So most people buy Wi-Fi-only tablets, and use them only in the few places where they can be connected.

Nokia’s new tablet, the Lumia 2520, changes that up a bit. The Finnish manufacturer’s first tablet, a direct competitor to Microsoft’s Surface 2, has a big trick up its sleeve: it’s only available with built-in LTE, which isn’t even yet an option on the Surface line. It’s available from Verizon and AT&T now, starting at $399 with a data-plan agreement. The 2520 is designed to be completely and entirely mobile, a tablet you bring everywhere and do everything with.

The 2520 looks and feels familiar — it’s pretty much just a blown-up version of Nokia’s Lumia line of smartphones. But if you’re shopping for a new Windows tablet, which should you go with? Do you stick with Microsoft’s offering or do you take a chance on a first-time Windows tablet from Nokia?