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These Chromebooks will be compatible to play through Steam | Tools

We’ve been waiting for so long Chrome OS compatible with Valve. We also know that Google has been working for some time so that the operating system for laptops can run this gaming service. Now, we can finally identify our first Steam-compatible Chromebooks.

While this is true Google has not confirmed the informationAnd the From 9to5Google I was able to figure out which Chromebooks will be the first Chromebooks that should offer support for playing Steam games.

As shared by this portal, which is one of the great references on everything to do with the Google ecosystem, the first models to offer support for the video game platform created by Valve will be the models with a 10th generation Intel Core processor. But so far we have had no confirmation from Borealis, the codename for this project from a Mountain View-based company. Until now.

Steam-compatible Chromebooks have been revealed

From 9to5Google they reported that in January a Google developer confirmed the existence of this project, as well as finding out Big G has set himself a series of deadlines to bring support to Steam on Chrome OS. Lenovo and HP, two major partners of Google, are also known to be working on the first Chromebooks with RGB keyboards aimed at gamers.

And now they’ve just discovered a change in which Google has decided to offer an initial list of models with Chrome OS that will allow Steam to run, along with some necessary specs. And nowMost of the models belong to Acer and ASUS as you will see later.

  • Volta – Acer Chromebook 514 (CB514-1H)
  • Volet – Acer Chromebook 515
  • Voxel – Acer Chromebook Spin 713 (CP713-3W)
  • Delbin – ASUS Chromebook Flip CX5 (CX5500)
  • Drobit – ASUS Chromebook CX9 (CX9400)
  • Elemi – HP Pro c640 G2 Chromebook
  • Lindar – Lenovo Chromebook Unknown/Unreleased
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It should be noted that not all Chromebooks will be compatible since then, plus there is a file Intel Core i5 or i7 (11th generation) processor and at least 7GB of RAM You must have the latest OS version, leaving the input range out of this update.

There’s still a long way to go until we know the final list, but it’s becoming increasingly clear that if you want to use your Steam account on a Chrome OS laptop, or have a vitamin-rich model and we fear you’ll have to cross your fingers until a giant decides Internet in the future add corresponding support.