These are articles and blogs that I have found that may be of interest to those using Chromebooks.

List Of All Touchscreen Chromebooks

List Of All Touchscreen Chromebooks

List of all touchscreen Chromebooks (130 results) with photos & links to specs on each model.
Google Prepares An Always-Connected Chromebook To Take On Microsoft

Google Prepares An Always-Connected Chromebook To Take On Microsoft

More Chromebooks could be coming in the future with a built-in LTE modem for always-on connectivity. The latest code in Chrome OS reveals that Google may be looking at adding eSIM, or electronic SIM, support to the operating system. Google may even leverage its Project Fi service to provide cellular data to Chromebooks in the future, 9to5 Google suggested.
What To Look For In A Used Chromebook

What To Look For In A Used Chromebook

One of the best Chromebook features often gets overlooked: over six years of operating system support direct from Google. That means you get all the new features that come to Chrome OS (provided your hardware allows) as well as security fixes and those tiny updates that make things just work better. That means a Chromebook you buy today will still be supported in 2024, and a Chromebook that sold new in 2016 still has four years of updates ahead of it. It also means that buying a used Chromebook can be an awesome idea as long as you know what to look for. You'll, of course, want to make sure everything is in working order. If you're buying through an individual seller, have him or her fire it up and let you give it a spin.
Android Files Arrive In Chrome OS Files App: How To Get It Working

Android Files Arrive In Chrome OS Files App: How To Get It Working

With all the new features swirling last month around Linux apps on Chromebooks with Crostini, it felt a bit like we’d all temporarily forgotten the original container app solution for Chrome OS: Android. That’s a bit hyperbolic, but it has been a bit since we’ve seen anything major shift for Android Apps on Chromebooks as the overall experience is really starting to smooth out a bit and feel more native. As more time goes by, we’ll have fewer articles like this as all the expected functions of Android will be in place, working, and not exactly news-worthy any longer.