DisplayLink support for Chrome OS now available

DisplayLink is pleased to announce native support for Chrome OS for all existing USB 3.0 DisplayLink enabled products. 

DisplayLink enabled products are enabled from Google's R51 build onwards. Not all Chromebooks have DisplayLink support in R51 and it is being rolled out over a number of releases. The table below lists common Chromebooks and the first Chrome OS release which includes DisplayLink support:

ChromebookChrome OS version to include DisplayLink support
Acer CB5-311 Chromebook 13From R53
Acer C670 Chromebook 11 From R53
Acer C910 Chromebook 15 From R51
Acer Chromebook R11 From R52
Acer Chromebook 14 From R52
ASUS C201 Chromebook From R53
ASUS Chromebook Flip C100 From R53
ASUS Chromebook 11 From R52
ASUS Chromebook 13 From R52
Dell Chromebook 11 (2015) From R53
Dell Chromebook 13 From R51
Google Chromebook Pixel (2015) From R51
Haier Chromebook 11 From R53
Hisense Chromebook 11 From R53
HP Chromebook 13 From R51
HP Chromebook 11 G3 From R51
Lenovo Chromebook N20 From R53
Lenovo Chromebook 11 From R52
Lenovo Chromebook 13 From R52
Samsung Chromebook 3 From R52
Toshiba Chromebook 2 (2014) From R52
Toshiba Chromebook 2 CB35 (2015) From R51
USB 2.0 enabled products may work, but will use the DisplayLink open source code and are not officially supported by DisplayLink.

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