Toshiba is probably not known by many consumers for producing high end computers. Beyond their QOSMIO laptop lineup for PC gaming, most of their systems tend to be for the more budget minded. Earlier in the year, the company introduced its new KIRAbook ultrabooks as it decided that it wanted to be taken more seriously. This is certainly a very different looking laptop from their Portege and Satellite lineups and even comes with its own premium support group. With the extra features also comes increased costs. Is Toshiba's premium ultrabook worth the cost or have newer technologies made it less relevant than when it first launched? Find out in my review of the Toshiba KIRABook 13 i5-Touch laptop.