The Toshiba Kirabook is the first product in a new high-end line called Kira. The Kirabook is powered by an Intel Core i7, 8GB of RAM, 256GB solid-state drive and Intel HD 4000 graphics. The Kirabook packs a 13.3-inch display with an incredibly high 2,560x1,440-pixel resolution.
Made of superior materials.
Glass touchscreen with thin bezels.
Battery life is merely OK.
Display suffers from scaling issues.
Extremely hot and loud at load.
By PC Advisor on February 27, 2014
At a press event in London today, Toshiba showed us a laptop first launched in May of last year, the Kira Ultrabook range - also known in the States as the KIRAbook . Or as Toshiba UK has styled it, just KIRA™. The Toshiba KIRA is a 13.3-inch...-
By Digital Trends on February 26, 2014
The new revision of Toshiba's Kirabook is in every way a better laptop than its predecessor, but the competition has also improved and high-resolution displays have become more common, detracting from the system's main selling point. Indeed, we...70
By Engadget on January 17, 2014
The Kirabook is Toshiba's best ultraportable to date, but it's still not quite good enough -- at least not at this...70
By Trusted Reviews on January 06, 2014
What is the Toshiba Kira? The Toshiba is a 13.3-inch Windows 8.1 Pro Ultrabook that's previously only been available in the US and it's landing in the UK for the first time in February. Like Asus with its Zenbooks and Dell with the XPS...-
By Maximum PC on November 11, 2013
While much of the PC industry is hustling to bring lower-cost Ultrabooks to market, Toshiba is unabashedly raising the high end, complete with an all-new brand meant to ooze excellence. The first product to wear this proud badge is the 13.3-inch...90
By reviewed.com on August 30, 2013
Despite its shortcomings, this is one rock-solid ultrabook Toshiba crafted a gem of a computer with the KIRAbook 13 i5-Touch. For $1,499, you get a proficient processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB solid-state hard drive. Those last two points—the...78
By PC Authority on August 12, 2013
Toshiba, unlike LG, has never left the laptop market, and has been busy pushing Satellites, Qosmios, and Tecras at us for years. Its latest generation of machines includes all of those (and some all-in-ones), and a whole new product family, aimed at...67
By HotHardware on June 27, 2013
Ultrabooks are getting so thin that computer makers are likely tempted to cut features like backlit keyboards or squeezing keyboard and trackpad real estate. Cutting corners won’t just save them money – it can save them space in systems that...-
By CNET Australia on June 21, 2013
Toshiba's Kira Ultrabook is great example of a more expensive laptop built with superior construction and materials, but it needs to stand out a little...79
By Smarthouse on June 01, 2013
At $2199, this is an expensive beast. But is it worth it? My view is yes for the simple reason that an Ultrabook of this ilk is going to get used and the last thing you want if you use an Ultrabook every working day is one that cannot last the test of...100