Chrome OS has been qualified as a Host Subsystem for Bluetooth 4.0 & Low Energy. This means that Chrome OS is getting support for the following exicting features:
– Bluetooth 4.0 (aka Bluetooth Smart)
– Bluetooth Low Energy (previously called Wibree)
– A2DP High-definition Audio
According to François Beaufort, , if you’ve enabled the Developer Mode⁴ on your Chrome Device, you can open a Chrome OS Shell and type bluetoothctl to enter a Bluetooth shell and type show. There, it should display some cool information about your Chrome device.
Other than your wireless mouse and wireless headset, what are the other accessories that you usually connect to your Chromebook?
I have a wireless mouse that I always use, and a wireless headset in my wishlist. I now have to think about more accessories?