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Have a Close Look at Toshiba KIRAbook

Is it hard for PC maker to produce a slim, touch-screen laptop with an aluminum body running an Intel Core i5 CPU and a 128GB SSD? But Toshiba make it. In order to break into this high-end, high-style category, Toshiba is launching a new product line called Kira. Kirabook is the first product in this line, which combines high-quality construction with an impressive list of features and services and features a display on par with Apple’s Retina. In other words, Toshiba’s Kirabook is a high-resolution Windows 8 competitor to the Retina MacBook. Have you ever heard about something about it? If not, let us take a close look at it.

Toshiba KIRAbook

When Will Toshiba KIRAbook Hit the Market?
KIRAbook will launch on May 12th, 2013 in the United States

What is the Selling Point in Toshiba KIRAbook?

(1) High-res Screen
The hi-res screen looks great, and it’s accentuated by big, beautiful visuals in Windows 8. It has a 13.3-inch, with 2560-by-1440 resolution and 221 pixels-per-inch which is in the same league as Apple‘s Retina-display MacBook Pros and Google‘s ChromeBook Pixel.

(2) Magnesium Body
Using magnesium instead of aluminum, Kirabooke is only weighs 2.6 pounds, which is both thinner and lighter than the MacBook Pro. The magnesium frame and is sturdy, and the trackpad is big and responsive. Meanwhile, Toshiba is also including upgraded service and support (including a two-year warranty and U.S.-based 24-hour phone support) to help sweeten the deal.

(3) Higher Touchscreen Resolutions
The touchscreen version has a black edge-to-edge glass display, but the non-touch has a black plastic bezel that looks downright tacky. And while the hinge is improved—Toshiba increased its imprint from 2mm to 5mm—the lid still wobbles some when poked, which you don’t see, really, from the Pixel or a MacBook. So far, it’s great to see more PC makers embracing higher screen resolutions, and Toshiba has a commendable knack for putting itself out there early on, pioneering everything from autostereoscopic 3D to affordable ultrabooks.

(4) Display Quality
Looking beyond the display quality, the Kirabook remains a premium laptop, with a magnesium alloy chassis weighing 2.6 pounds and measuring 0.7 inches thick. It also includes an LED backlit keyboard and Harman Kardon speakers.

(5) Keyboard
Unlike other Toshiba Ultrabooks like the Portege Z935, the backlit layout of keyboard is much improved in KIRAbook. It is designed with a slight curvature instead of the fully flat layout. In this way, it makes for a slightly more comfortable typing experience. Each key is also individually backlit, and it is very little light leakage around the edges of the keys.

(6) Free, full versions of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements.
The machine ships with full versions of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements

(7) All configs start at 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD

Is it Unbelievable? You can watch this video about Toshiba KIRAbook from Youtube:

How Much will Toshiba KIRAbook Cost?
The KIRAbook will be available in three configurations:
(1) $1,599.99 for an ultra-low-voltage Core i5 processor but no touch
(2) For $1,799.99 you get touch,
(3) $1,999.99 provides an Intel Core i7-3537U processor, also with a touch screen.
From here we can see that, it is obviously a high price to pay for a laptop. With the low-end model priced $100 more than the 13-inch Retina MacBook and $300 more than the Pixel, although it has more storage than both.

Where Will Toshiba KIRAbook Available?
The Kirabook will be available for pre-order on May 3 and for purchase on May 12, through outlets including Amazon,, B&H, and the Microsoft Store and direct from Toshiba.

Update: We have published other follow-up story based on a briefing with Toshiba KIRAbook or photographs of the Kirabook. You can find more about Kirabook from:


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