How Slate Slabs are Made
Slate Slates are the top of the line of the latest generation of desktops.
They have a high-quality finish, and you can get a decent amount of RAM for your system.
But if you’re looking for a way to get more performance out of a laptop, the $2,000 Slate Pro offers a good compromise between performance and price.
Read more article The specs are great for the price.
It comes with a quad-core Intel Core i5-8500U processor, 8GB of RAM, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 graphics card, and a 512GB SSD.
If you’re upgrading from an older laptop, you can upgrade to a newer one with an Nvidia GTX 980.
The keyboard is also pretty good, though you can probably find better alternatives.
The monitor is of course, a good one, and the screen is pretty good too.
The laptop also has a nice selection of storage options, including a 256GB SSD, an 8GB SSD for $400, and an SSD for an additional $100.
We did find that the keyboard is less responsive than on the Acer Aspire Book, but that’s probably because it’s a Chromebook.
The touchscreen is decent, and it has a good amount of battery life.
The battery life on the Slate Pro was also good, but not enough to warrant a full week of use.
The only thing that really bothered us was the sound.
It’s loud, and we found that it was difficult to tell what was going on behind the keyboard.
If it’s not a Chromebook, you could probably still get a good deal on a Slate Pro for $1,299, but the speakers are really bad.
We didn’t get much sound from the speakers themselves, but we did get a bit of ambient noise that was distracting.
The Acer Aspires Book also had the best sound quality of any laptop we tested.
There was a bit more ambient noise, but nothing too bad.
However, the Acer Slate Pro didn’t have much of a problem hearing the speakers.
We also found that there was some slight lag when the laptop was connected to a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse.
We found that the Bluetooth audio worked fine, but when we were doing some basic tasks like editing text, it didn’t seem to get quite as responsive as it could.
Overall, the laptop had a very good build quality and it had good battery life, but if you have an older system or need more power, you might want to consider another laptop.
Read our review of the Acer Acer Slate.