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  • LG tablet appeals with longer battery life
  • LG tablet appeals with longer battery life
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LG tablet appeals with longer battery life

“My battery runs out all the time,” vents 27-year-old Natalie. “It never lasts.” Natalie might be talking about her smartphone, but low battery life is a universal irritation on any device. In a declining market, LG is betting that a longer battery life will get people buying tablets again.

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