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The big question of the day: is the battery easily removed?
Answer: Yes. It's glued in, but it's way easier to remove than on the iPad. A couple of minutes of spudging around, and it's out.
We get our first look at the battery. As is the norm, the dual battery cell is adhered to the VaporMg rear case.
The 7.4 V, 31.5 Wh battery is manufactured by Samsung. It fits right in between the iPad 2's 25 Wh battery, and the iPad 3's 42.5 Wh unit.
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