Chromebooks with Google Play support can be found via Android Device Manager if Lost
Android Device Manager has more than once saved the owners of Android devices as it allows you to determine the location of the device, block it and remotely erase all data.
Previously, such a possibility was present only on smartphones and tablets running on Google, though with the recent arrival of the Google Play store on your Chromebook, many have wondered just how versatile this function and any Android Device Manager features will be transferred to laptops.
Rapid tests have shown that using the Android Device Manager, Chromebook laptop is easy to find on the map, but to call it, of course, will not work.
But it is possible to display a notification with a request to contact the owner, lock the device or remotely erase all stored information.
To use the feature Android Device Manager, Chromebook should have access to Google Play.
At the moment it is officially available as a beta version on three devices: Google Chromebook Pixel (2015), ASUS Chromebook Flip and Acer R11 Chromebook.
It is expected that the number of supported Chromebook will grow with the debut of the public version of Chrome OS.