Looks Like 18 More Chrombooks Are Getting Support for Linux Apps Soon

Google announced a few months ago that it will enable support for running containerized Linux apps on the Chrome OS Chromebook operating system, and that its Google Pixelbook would be the first to offer them to users. A few weeks later, we learned that Samsung’s Chromebook Plus is also getting support for Linux apps. Even better, it would appear that Acer’s Chromebook 13 and Chromebook Spin 13 will also be the first Chromebooks to ship with Linux apps support out-of-the-box at launch, and HP’s Chromebook X2 will be world’s first detachable Chromebook to support Linux apps. Now, it looks like 18 more Chromebooks will get support for Linux apps on Chrome OS soon.