Toshiba KIRA Australian pricing revealed, starts at $1,799

Toshiba have just launched their 2013 line of notebooks which number no less than 25. The king of them all is the KIRA, an Ultrabook with a difference. This...

Toshiba KIRA

Toshiba have just launched their 2013 line of notebooks which number no less than 25. The king of them all is the KIRA, an Ultrabook with a difference. This 13” Ultrabook may be small, but packs plenty of premium features.

  • World’s first Ultrabook with Pixel Pure (2560×1440) display – the equivalent of 4X the clarity of standard 720p display
  • Intuitive touchscreen
  • Ultra-light 1.21kg – 1.35kg (Dependant on no-touch/touch capabilities)
  • Prestigious harman/kardon speakers
  • Supreme lightweight strength with reinforced magnesium honeycomb construction

That killer screen comes at a price, with the KIRA price in Australia ranging from $1,799 RRP (inc. GST) to $2,199 RRP (inc. GST). Now for the PR speak..

Meaning ‘beam of light’, KIRA is the epitome of Japanese workmanship – every element designed and crafted with beautifully considered precision. As Toshiba’s most technologically-advanced luxury Ultrabook yet, KIRA delivers phenomenal performance within its ultra-slim, striking profile.

Taking its cues from nature, KIRA has an incredibly durable lightweight strength due to its unique Honeycomb structure, designed to reinforce the chassis. Its construction, using the same magnesium alloy found in high-performance race cars, gives KIRA the edge when it comes to life in the fast lane.

As one of the smallest 13” Ultrabooks™ in the marketplace today, KIRA delivers incomparable entertainment, enjoyment and unimaginable details with absolute clarity using Pixel Pure display – with 3.7 million pixels not even visible to the human eye. Crystal clear sound is delivered through harman/kardon® speakers.

With its quiet beauty and unprecedented precision-engineering, KIRA Ultrabook™ propels luxury into a league of its own.

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