Toshiba Kirabook Laptops Provide Amazing Screen and Power

July 3, 2013

Toshiba KirabookThe big trend in laptops is the ultrabook. While ultrabooks can be the perfect companion in your travel bag, they don’t always have the horsepower for running graphics software.

The first thing you’ll notice is the resolution of the 13.3″ screen. It is 2560×1440 pixels which comes out to 221 pixels per inch. Note that the “Retina” displays of Macbooks are just slightly higher at 227 ppi. If you are like me and want a resolution that allows for multi-tasking, this laptop should be on your short list.

It also is much lighter than high-end laptops weighing in at only 2 pounds. Battery life is rated at over 6 hours so it can provide power for a transcontinental flight. There are three variations of the laptop. The two high-end versions have a touchscreen where the version with the least power is not a touchscreen. I have provided links to each version below along with the current price I see at Amazon as of this writing.

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