Toshiba today unveiled the KIRAbook, an ultrabook with a high-resolution display and a clear-cut rival for Apple’s MacBook Pro and Google’s Chromebook Pixel. The ultrabook set for release in US this May and features a 13.3-inch 2560 x 1440 display, 256GB of solid-state storage, 8GB of RAM, and Windows 8 Home Premium. It will come equipped with full 10-point multitouch but company says models without touchscreens are also on the chart.
The KIRAbook comes in total of three versions, in which two comes with touchscreens with one being powered by an ultra-low-voltage Core i5-3337U processor, while the other having the higher-end i7-3537U ultra-low-voltage CPU. Interestingly there is not even a single image of the gadget available yet which everyone dying to see. The three models of KIRAbook i.e. low-end, mid-range model and high-end will cost your pocket $1,599.99, $1,799.99, and $1,999 respectively.