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Google’s Chromebooks are enjoying brisk sales over the past year or so, offering great battery life and Google’s suite of tools in a laptop.
The Google Play Store and Android apps have also been making their way to devices, albeit at a much slower rate than consumers would like.
So what kind of progress have we seen since our June update of compatible Chromebooks? Not much, actually.
We see a new addition from Acer, with its Chromebook 14 for Work CB5-471 hitting the beta channel. Meanwhile, HP’s Chromebook x360 11 G1 EE and Lenovo’s fourth generation ThinkPad 11e/ThinkPad 11e Yoga Chromebook graduate from beta to stable channels.
Otherwise, nothing else has changed roughly seven weeks after our last Chromebook update. Check out the latest compatibility list below.