Google has been doing pretty good job with its Chrome OS platform. After a rough start, companies have started adopting the operating system and releasing more Chromebooks. Some companies even released 2-in-1 devices, and according to Google's director of product for Android and Chrome, Rajen Sheth, the platform will reach an even wider variety of form factors.
Sheth said that we should "expect everything from detachables to tablets based on Chrome OS down the line." Google is obviously working on a more touch-friendly interface for the platform.
The Chromebook is going from being just a laptop to something that is a lot more versatile and dynamic ... such that OEMs can produce many great devices.
We have put a lot of investment into the touch UI and making touch a great experience on the Chromebook. You're going to continue to see that happen. And what that's going to do is it's going to open up the possibilities for OEMs to have an even wider variety of form factors.
You may expect everything from detachables to tablets based on Chrome OS down the line.