Which one is better for the home?
Slate will be shutting down the company that produced the Slate turntable, Slate Dummies and Slate turndown.
The company will cease production of the slate turntables in the United States and Canada.
Slate is expected to close all of its factories by the end of the year.
The slate turndays were designed to play the latest songs and were also designed to record video.
They can be used in any home, from living rooms to bedrooms.
The turntops cost between $400 and $1,000, and were sold with a price tag of between $1 and $5,000.
They are used in kitchens and bathrooms, but can be set to play music from other devices, too.
They were a popular product in the 1990s, when the brand introduced its turntroids.
It was the first turntablist turntop with a touch screen that was built in the US.