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[* black] The battery is quite obvious to pick out of this picture of the rear case (sans display).
[* black] The 3.75V, 24.8 Watt-hourwatt-hour (6.5 Amp hours [!]) battery provides the juice for an advertised 10 hours of use. In contrast, the iPhone 3GS has a 4.51 watt-hour battery and the MacBook Air has a 40 watt-hour battery.
[* black] The 3.75V, 24.8 Watt-hourwatt-hour (6.5 Amp hours [!]) battery provides the juice for an advertised 10 hours of use. In contrast, the iPhone 3GS has a 4.51 watt-hour battery and the MacBook Air has a 40 watt-hour battery.
[* black] The battery seems to integrate two separate 3.75V lithium polymer cells wired in parallel for such ample battery life.
[* black] The USB power supply had to be enhanced specifically for the iPad. It's a 10W unit manufactured by Foxlink Technology, Ltd., part #[link|http://certificates.iecee.org/cbtestcert/cbtestcert.nsf/b14e6aaf6eebab3dc12575690033e95c/5c27e791e7cb8509c1257681000007d0?OpenDocument|A1357 W010A051].