Want Gboard, SwiftKey or another Android virtual keyboard on your Chromebook? The Dev Channel of Chrome OS 79 will let you do that, but bear in mind, it’s a bit of a work in progress at the moment.
I had to dig around the FCC and Bluetooth databases to find it, but it appears that Logitech is making a new USB and Bluetooth keyboard called the Slim Multi-Device ChromeOS Edition K580
The Brydge Type-C dual-connectivity keyboard for Chrome OS is now available for orders at $99. You get both USB-C and Bluetooth connectivity to type on your Chromebox, Chrome tablet or even your Chromebook.
Using a Pixel Slate or Chromebook in tablet mode but can’t find the CTRL or ALT keys for the on-screen keyboard? Here’s the 30-second fix!
Did you read all of those Pixel Slate Keyboard reviews and write the product off because of them? Keyboard choices are pretty personal, but this video might help you decide if Google’s keyboard will work for you.
Need a USB keyboard for your Chrome tablet? You can now purchase either of two models from Belkin, starting at $40. They’re made for small slates but can handle larger devices such as the Pixel Slate too.
At $199, the Pixel Slate Keyboard is a pricey accessory. But the design, engineering, and the generous trackpad make it stand out from Apple’s iPad Pro keyboard. Take a look.
Since the #MadeByGoogle event is on Tuesday, there’s still time for one last Monday night leak. This one comes from the always dependable Evan Blass, showing the Pixel Slate attached to its thin keyboard.
Images of the Pixel Slate have leaked, apparently confirming the earlier images of the Nocturne tablet with detachable keyboard. This is looking like a real challenger to Apple’s iPad Pro, depending on price.
Brydge is making a pair of keyboards for upcoming Chrome OS tablets and here’s what they look like. Both have dedicated keys for the Google Assistant and Hamburger menu options.