Rumors of a Chrome OS tablet have been making the rounds for years. But 2017 might be the year we finally see one… well, depending on your definition of a tablet. Last year’s Asus Chromebook Flip is arguably the first convertible Chromebook tablet, and a number of other convertibles with built-in keyboards have been released since the Flip first launched. But this year we may see models with detachable keyboards or no keyboard at all. Read More Chrome tablet users now have the option to buy a tablet with the desktop Chrome web browser with more features like support for Adobe Flash Players, and custom themes, and third-party add-ons/extensions in the future if this Chrome OS tablet rumor is true. In my experience, Google Chrome for Android is too basic compared to the regular version of Chrome for PC and Linux. Google Chrome for Android does not support extensions/add-ons, and Plug-ins like Adobe Flash Player. The Android version of Chrome also does not have a PDF reader like the regular version of Chrome for Desktop.