1. Testing a multi-monitor extended display setup on a Chromebook [VIDEO]  Chrome Unboxed
  2. Chrome OS 85 quietly added AI-based handwriting recognition to some Chromebooks  About Chromebooks
  3. This Acer Chromebook is in stock and on sale for only $380  Digital Trends
  4. Chromebook Multi-Monitor Extended Display Setup  Chrome Unboxed
  5. Lenovo Duet Review: Great Chromebook, but not the perfect computer  MobileSyrup
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In a world where Chromebook adoption is through the roof, more users are looking for more ways to get things done. Multi-monitor setups are one way to do that, and Chromebooks are more than capable of it.Chromebooks have handled extended displays quite well for some time now. The hangup for many, however, has been in the lack of ability to properly extend your Chromebook to multiple monitors at once. Sure, getting a second screen in addition to my Chromebook's built-in display is highly productive and still my go-to method for getting...

Testing a multi-monitor extended display setup on a Chromebook [VIDEO]

Got a pen-enabled Chromebook? If so, chances are good that Chrome OS 85 added AI-based handwriting recognition to your device, turning that chicken scratch into readable text. Here's what it looks like and how it works.

Chrome OS 85 quietly added AI-based handwriting recognition to some Chromebooks - About Chromebooks

With the success and general acceptance of the Lenovo Chromebook Duet, it's no surprise to see more Chrome OS tablets finally in development.In all the development that has happened over the course of nearly 3 years with Snapdragon chips and Chromebooks, one thing has always felt a bit out of place to me: the lack of a tablet option. As this year began and the hype around the Lenovo Chromebook Duet ensued, it became quite clear that...

Confirmed: Qualcomm Snapdragon-powered Chrome OS tablet is on the way

An upcoming change looks to introduce a new snapshot key on the relatively-unchanging Chrome OS keyboard.As we've talked about at length before, Chromebooks generally have the same keyboard layout regardless of the manufacturer. The Acer Chromebook Spin 713 I'm typing this on has the same exact keyboard layout as the HP Chromebook Pro C640 that is on the next desk over. Apart from a handful of exceptions to the rules,...

Upcoming Chromebook keyboards to get a new ‘snapshot’ function key