Users seeking notebook possessing high-tech internal units in an ultrabook format has an innovative item to drop in their cart. Toshiba KIRABook Ultrabook possesses advanced internal units, which high-end new gen notebooks endorse – a display of 2560*1440, a Solid State drive of 256 GB, i7 or i5 processor and 8GB RAM in an ultra slim, lightweight, slender patterned notebook that weighs 2.6 pounds and appears 0.7 inches at its slimmest point. The Toshiba KIRABook Ultrabook is priced at $1,599.99 initially, devoid of touchscreen and may reach a price of $1,999.99 in its full-fledged form.
The KIRABook Ultrabook will be available at the Microsoft Store, TigerDirect, Amazon and B&H from 3rd May onwards. This pricing and features encircle the Macbook Pro series of Apple and Google’s latest Chromebook Pixel in a competitive sphere. Toshiba declares that the KIRABook Ultrabook display possesses 90% more pixels in every inch compared to standard HD screen displays. The display will be attuned to its optimal standards by Toshiba. This is intended to provide KIRABook users best quality picture, eliminating the requirement to execute setup procedure themselves. This is an unusual capability of KIRABook and quite beneficial too as many users ignore this setup process.
The KIRABook’s hardware has been carved out of magnesium alloy. The notebook’s bottom is patterned with magnesium alloy, which has been verified via tactics that were discovered by the aerospace industry. Toshiba highlights the device on terms of robustness, durability and flexibility. The non-touchscreen and touchscreen models of Toshiba KIRABook Ultrabook will be encased in Corning’s Concore Glass for additional safety. This notebook is attractively designed as well as quite beneficially interpreted.