Toshiba Kirabook with super resolution screen at first sight
Toshiba is committed to luxury with kirabook a metal ultrabook with a screen that has the highest resolution of equipment of its kind, the uncompressed 2.560 x 1440 at 13 inches. This results in a densisad of 221 dots per inch (DPI), and the screen is certainly the one that takes all the looks on this device.
Even making the effort, it is difficult to see the pixels on the screen to watch it closely. It looks really sharp, the colors are bright and content – whether it is in the correct resolution – shines. But as Manu said, the high resolution can be a problem with applications that are not ready. Microsoft has made windows 8.1 work to improve its support in this regard.
The touch screen is also, which can somehow work against you because our fingers will inevitably be marked on all sides after using a while.
Kirabook The body is made entirely of polished metal and opaque, which gives an elegant look to your computer. I had no opportunity to test in detail the keyboard and trackpad, although at first glance they looked good. Inside, the Kirabook comes with a low-power Intel processor, an SSD of 256 GB and 8 GB of RAM. The downside is that the price is around USD $ 2,000 in the U.S., so there is a device available to everyone.