The latest Chromebook update adds a feature that notifies that the connected USB-C cable has limited functionality. Cables can have different speeds of charging and data transfer, so the new Chromebook feature will be very useful for users.
Google’s blog says the system will notify you if the USB-C cable connected to the laptop doesn’t have display support or compatibility with the laptop. You will also be notified that the cable does not support the high-performance USB4 / Thunderbolt 3 standards supported by the Chromebook user.
First of all, the Chromebook with Intel Core 11 Gen and 12 Gen, which support USB4 or Thunderbolt, will get the opportunity, and then others. In addition, the update will include the Cursive app for handwriting on all Chromebooks with stylus support.