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Only one connector and some glue keep this monstrous battery in its place—no match for our trusty spudger and plastic opening tool.
With the battery freed, we take a closer look at the Fire's 4.6" tall x 4.3" wide Li-Ion battery.
This battery sure puts out... 16.28 Watt-hours, to be exact. However, due to the size of the Fire, its battery's 3.7 V potential and 4400 mAh capacity don't quite stack up to the specs of the iPad 2 Wi-Fi's battery.
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