Heads-up, my mobile productivity compadres: If you're using a Chromebook for work, there's a decent chance you'll need to load up your laptop bag with a few good adapters.
Increasingly, Chromebooks today — just like laptops in general — are shifting away from the ports-galore model and instead providing us with just a small number of USB-C ports to handle all of our physical connectivity needs.
That's true with the Google Pixelbook, which has a single USB-C port on either of its two sides and nothing more, save for a 3.5mm headphone jack (oh thank heavens for that). It's also true of Asus's Chromebook Flip C302CA and Samsung's Chromebook Pro and Chromebook Plus, all of which follow that same basic setup. It seems safe to say this is shaping up to be the new standard moving forward.