Chrome OS tablets are an actual thing this year. We’ve already seen them from Acer and HP, but because these are tablets, there is no physical keyboard as there are on Chrome OS laptops. This is where Belkin comes in, makers of many different accessories for tech devices.
Belkin unveiled two different USB-C keyboards this week at ISTE in Chicago — one with a stand and one without a stand. The one with a stand, pictured above, will cost only $49.99 and launches sometime this summer. The non-stand keyboard should launch this summer, too, priced at just $39.99.
Since these are USB-C keyboards, plugging them into a Chrome OS device and getting them up and running on the machine should be quite easy. Not only will these be useful for the business folk, but Belkin sees an opportunity for classrooms to take advantage of these as well.
As soon as we have official launch details, we’ll update you.