Google today announced two useful features for the Chrome OS operating system. The first is The Ambient EQ, which senses ambient light and automatically adjusts the brightness of the screen. If you’ve ever been blinded by Chromebook’s bright screen in a darkened house, it’s expected to reduce this damage in the future. It is worth noting that it not only adjusts the brightness of the screen, but also better matches the white balance and color temperature.
In a blog post today, Google said the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook, which hit the U.S. market in April, will be the first to welcome support for the new feature.
Second, Chromebook provides picture-in-picture support for Netflix. When you watch A Netflix through an official app downloaded from the Play Store, the video switches to Picture-In-Picture mode as soon as you switch to a different window.
Chrome OS automatically implements this feature after the app updates without the user going deep into the settings page. If you’re used to working while watching videos, picture-in-video and Ambient EQ are really good.