What good is your virtual desktop if you can't use your peripherals with it? Imagine not being able to print your documents or not being able to listen to audio from your virtual desktop on your Chromebook. Not only does this limit the virtual desktop experience, but it also impacts your organization's productivity.
I often get asked about what peripherals we support with Frame. So I've put together this blog to update you on the latest supported devices. For the nerdy readers, I'll also describe the innovative approach we've taken to addressing specific use cases like printing or file transfers with virtual desktops. Note that you can also reference this link to the the Frame docs for the most current list as we expand our peripheral support over time.