The new Toshiba tablet is much like most of the other new Android 3.0 tablets which will be released in the coming months. There is however one major difference and that is the fact that they have opted to have a removable battery. This may not seem to make much sense, since tablets are rechargable, and are meant to last you through the entire day. Toshiba has done this with the thought that you may run out of battery and if you own a sparebattery you can simply change them out so it will work. I think that this is a good idea, especially if you have owned the tablet for a while, but the battery life has severely declined, and rather than go get a new tablet when it eventually dies out you can simply switch the battery.

Source: Engadget