Toshiba Kirabook vs Apple Macbook Pro 2013 vs Sony viao pro 13: The Best Ultrabook?

 Kirabook, Apple Macbook Pro 2013 and Sony Vaio Pro 13 are three advanced gadgets that are competing with each other in a crowded marketplace of notebooksThe Toshiba Kirabook, Apple Macbook Pro 2013 and Sony Vaio Pro 13 are three advanced gadgets that are competing with each other in a crowded marketplace of notebooks and laptops.

Toshiba Kirabook

The Kirabook from Toshiba boasts of a 13.3-inch display screen and it is certainly the most striking aspect of this notebook. The Kirabook’s screen features 2,560 x 1,440 screen resolution and delivers 221 pixels per inch, almost identical as Apple MacBook Pro 15-inch that offers 220 pixel per inch resolution. However, the 221 pixels per inch screen resolution lags behind the Google ChromeBook Pixel, offering a staggering 239 ppi display screen.

With the Kirabook, Toshiba also has provided some pre-installed apps like Hulu Plus, Netflix, Vimeo, Skype, eBay, Amazon, Norton Internet Security and Toshiba Book Place.

Apple MacBook Pro 2013

The Apple MacBook Pro 2013 comes in two models. While one is a 13-inch model, the other is a 15-inch one. The 15-inch Apple MBP 2013 features identical form factor as the outgoing version but also comes with a lot many inclusions. The MacBook Pro 2013 boasts of a 2,880 x 1,800 screen display and indeed, the screen looks absolutely stunning. The default mode is doubling the pixels, rendering 1,440 x 900 pixels of screen resolution that one can use.  Images and text on the screen look crystal clear and the colors are as beautiful and vivid as they can ever be. When you connect the device to a second monitor, you can experience the true power of the MBP 2013’s display.

Sony Vaio Pro 13

The Sony Vaio Pro 13 is one of the first laptops that conforms to the Intel Ultrabook’s latest specifications. It is powered by the 4th generation Intel Core-i processor. It claims a battery life of 6.5 hours. What makes the Vaio Pro 13 a show stealer is that it weighs just 1.06 kgs, making in incredibly portable than ever.

 

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