Toshiba has just introduced a new laptop series into its laptop product lineup. This category is called KIRA and it features high-end ultrabook machines. For a quick run down on how this group of computer systems differ from the traditional Toshiba product categories that we’re so used to see, check out this brief introduction and highlight summary of what you can expect to find in a KIRA ultrabook.

The new KIRA (shown above and below) is sure to turn a lot of heads at launch, the device runs from $1,799 to $2,199. Toshiba reminds readers that Kira means ‘beam of light’, and the company calls Kira the “epitome of Japanese workmanship — every element designed and crafted with beautifully considered precision”.

The official description for the device is as follows: “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”.

KIRA highlights include:

+ World’s first Ultrabook™ with Pixel Pure (2560×1440) display — the equivalent of four times the clarity of standard 720p High Definition 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
+ Extended warranty
+ Dedicated platinum on-site servicing and a dedicated hotline

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Current Special Offers For: KIRA Ultrabooks