Earlier this year Hyper introduced some Works with Chromebook docks, and now the company is expanding the product line. One is a USB Type-C to Type-A 10Gbps Adapter while the other is a USB-Type C 4K 60Hz HDMI Adapter.
Say hello to a new HP Works with Chromebook monitor, available today for $299.99. Although it has multiple inputs, all you need is a USB-C cable to extend your Chromebook workspace.
Looking for a USB hub that works with your Chromebook? You now have more choices to help: Hyper has 3 “Works with Chromebooks” USB-C hubs.
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
USB-tethering to an iPhone for web access is in the works for Chromebooks. Why would you need this? It uses less battery on your device compared to Wi-Fi or Bluetooth tethering.
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.
Instead of packing numerous power bricks to charge my smartwatch, phone, and Kindle at CES, I only took a few USB cords and the Pixel Slate charger because of one accessory: A USB Type-C hub.
Although designed for the Acer Chromebook Tab 10, Belkin’s USB-C desktop keyboard with stand works well with the Pixel Slate and costs $50. There are some limitations but it’s worth the look if you want to type away on a desk or other flat surface.
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.
Using the Acer Chromebook Tab 10 with a keyboard makes me more productive with the device. Belkin must agree: The company announced a pair of USB-C keyboards that work with the Tab 10. Starting at $40, one has an integrated stand.
A reader wants to know why there are no Thunderbolt 3 outputs on Chrome OS devices? It may have to do with Linux as well as ARM-powered Chrome OS devices and use cases of Chromebook users.