The short answer is no. Google thinks a great deal of their OS, but others not so much. This is why you don't see drivers/software for it. (Just about all printer manufacturers). It has to do with market share, which ChromeOS doesn't have. This doesn't mean a printer won't work with ChromeOS, but it may only support limited or basic function.
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