Toshiba announces strategic relationship with Aprima to offer KIRAbook Ultrabook computer

Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD), a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., today announced a strategic relationship with Aprima Medical Software, Inc., a leading provider of Electronic Health Record (EHR), Practice Management (PM) and Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) solutions. Through this partnership, Toshiba will offer Aprima customers its premium KIRAbook® Ultrabook™ computer.

Some of the key features of the KIRAbook that Aprima customers will enjoy include:

  • At just under three pounds, a sleek and lightweight design and a resilient magnesium alloy build
  • 8GB of RAM
  • 256GB of storage
  • A 13.3-inch, 2,560 x 1,440 display
  • More ports than you'll find on most Ultrabooks: an HDMI socket, a memory card reader, a headphone jack and three USB 3.0 ports
  • An ultra-high resolution, color-calibrated 2560x1440 PixelPure™ display
  • A battery life rating of up to nine hours

"In the healthcare market, as with most businesses today, laptop performance and dependability are essential," said Wesley Smith, director of Healthcare Information Systems, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division. "Through our strategic relationship with Aprima, we are delivering technology to help them provide point-of-care excellence and improved patient satisfaction."

"Our customers are always looking for ways to improve their productivity, while maintaining the best possible patient care. We believe that KIRAbook is a great solution for those providers who are looking for a faster, more lightweight computer," said Michael Nissenbaum, Aprima president and CEO. "We've chosen to partner with Toshiba because we believe the KIRAbook offers the performance and portability that our market needs."


Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.

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