For the most part I am an Android guy. It is all Android/Google all the time. I have Pixel and Nexus phones sitting around the house and three, …make it four, ChromeOS devices. But I also have a MacBook Pro.

After purchasing a MacBook Pro in 2011, after years of fighting it, I have been impressed with the longevity of the device. Only just recently have I had to update to a newer MacBook Pro because of the external speaker being blown. But there is a feature that I found in my MacBook to be very useful and that is the ability to use an iPad as a secondary screen.

Having needing to use the feature for a task, being able to plug in an iPad and it be like having an extra computer is both useful and impressive. This is a feature I would love to see on ChromeOS devices.

Imagine having a Chrome Tablet that you could plug into a chromebook and it be a second screen for a chromebook. That would be both amazing and can be useful for those who use their Chromebook for productivity. Being a person who spend more time on my chromebook than my Mac, I would definitely like to see this feature made available.

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