By Felix Omondi
At this year’s Google I/O, Google announced that Chrome OS will now include support for Linux apps. True to their words, the app debut on the Google’s own Chromebook; the Pixelbook.
Ever since then, Linux apps have quietly spread to other Chromebooks, and in this article, we are going to list some of them. Though you will not be able (at least not yet) to run the full desktop environment like XFCE or Unity.
The leading Chromebook by Google, the Pixelbook, which was also used to debut Linux apps during the Google I/O. This Chromebook is perfected to run Linux apps. But you will have to part with at least $1,000 to own this stellar device.
You might want to know the processor is fan-less, and thus performance will be throttled when running heavy applications.
#1st– Gen Samsung Chromebook Plus
Samsung Chromebook Plus gives you a 2-in-1 device with a 2,400×1,600 3:2 display and a Wacom EMR pen. Like the Pixelbook above, it runs on a fan-less hexa-core ARM chip backed by a maximum of 4GB RAM. That said, it cannot purport to pass Click here to read entire article