Lenovo introduced innovations that push the limits of Chrome OS-powered tablets with a new 2-in-1 form factor in the IdeaPad Chromebook Duet.The Duet, released last month, is Lenovo's attempt to fill that niche with a new Chromebook form factor that runs Android and Linux apps within Chrome OS.
Despite the Galaxy Chromebook's stunning aesthetics, Mercury Gray or bold Fiesta Red color options, and packed configuration, it is up against two potentially demanding competitors -- The Google Pixelbook and the Asus Chromebook Flip C436, according to reviewers.
The premium 2-in-1 Chromebook combines sleek design and next-generation productivity features with a seamless user experience.For instance, the built-in pen lets you write, draw and navigate Galaxy Chromebook quickly and efficiently, much like the user experience with the Samsung Note smartphone.
After I successfully flashed the update firmware to the aging Chromebook and succeeded in booting the live session GalliumOS, I was curious about how supportive the changes would be for other Linux distros.
There is a major issue going on with this dongle if you're working with more than 1 device (SD card, hard drive, etc).
However, the particular Chromebook getting the Linux Apps installation might need to change modes to either Beta or Developer channels. If you do see "Linux Beta" listed below the Google Play Store in the settings panel, click on the label to enable the rest of the process.