The best laptops for Crosswords, as we know them, are designed to be crossword machines.
The best crossword machine for Crossdots has been the Crossword Classic for a long time.
Today we’re introducing a new laptop that is more like a crossword master.
The Crossword Master, introduced last year, combines two machines.
Its main difference is that the Crosswords are now made of wood and the Crossbooks are now aluminum.
And now you can pick up the Crossbook for a bargain price.
The laptop is made by a company called Crosswords and it is called the Crossstar.
This is a 13-inch notebook with a 1,366-by-768 display, a Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 1TB hard drive.
The keyboard is on the left side, the trackpad is on that side, and there’s an integrated fingerprint reader on the right.
There’s no fingerprint reader for the touchpad.
The screen is a 2,560 x 1,440 IPS display.
The 13-inches display can be adjusted for a wide range of brightness levels, so it’s not really a touchscreen at all.
The main draw is the fingerprint reader.
The Touchpad has a tiny, tiny touchpad, so there’s no need to worry about having to pinch it every time you open a browser window or launch a game.
The battery is removable, and it charges via USB-C.
The only real downside of the Crossstars is the battery life.
It lasts about three hours, so you’ll want to do the crossword at least a couple of times before it needs replacing.
Crosswords have always been one of my favorite games, and this is the first time I’ve ever gotten an actual Crossword machine.
If you’re a Crossword fan, you’ll probably want to grab one right away.
The new Crossstar will be available in November for $799.