Summary: I bought my Toshiba Kirabook at the end of December directly from Toshiba. It arrived in January and seemed fine, but in February the battery was only lasting a couple hours. I thought the power cord had come loose, but by April the PC would shut down as soon as I unplugged it.
Computer is great, battery does NOT last as long as the ...
Robert G., Amazon
18 March 2015
Summary: Computer is great, battery does NOT last as long as the documentation or the reviews say.... mine runs down within an hour or so, and I have sent the computer back to have them check to see if there is a short or something wrong that would be dragging on the battery.
Summary: This computer is just awful. My husband passed it on to me, after it kept popping up blue screens (which Toshiba eventually fixed--another story--but still under warranty). But the computer was not inexpensive, close to $2000 when purchased, and supposedly top of the line.
Summary: The computer works pretty well. I have been using it mostly for entertainment, but it seems to work well. The other problems mentioned do occur: screen size adjustments are off (some things are so small they are impossible to see while others make you think someone has messed with your settings),...
Summary: With a brilliant, bright WQHD screen and premium components, all housed in a chassis that weighs less than three pounds, this Toshiba is a dream ultrabook. Pros: + Brilliant 2,560-by-1,440 resolution screen. + Very light. + Premium materials and look.
Summary: The Toshiba’s price makes it massively more expensive than the MacBook Air and the Sony VAIO Pro 13, and it’s also pricier than the Samsung Ativ Book 9 Plus. Although the price is a big barrier to entry when the competition is so strong, in some departments the Kira justifies the extra cost:...
Though I call this my wanna be MacBook, it really is a quality product.
Sylvan Finger, Amazon
28 December 2014
Summary: Though I call this my wanna be MacBook, it really is a quality product. It's thin so I can carry it anywhere. Being that I am 6'2" tall, the keyboard is big enough for me to type comfortably, and yet compact enough where when I bring it to class, it does not seem to be an obstacle to me or others.