So I think I'm going to give this a try. I'm on the cusp of resetting my OpO to factory, installing Oxygen OS to see if my radio trouble is due to an update or if the hardware is having a problem.
So with my new Chromebook Flip, I am see this thing as a replacement for so many devices. I re-found codeBender app for chrome which is actually a beautiful IDE, has support for my more obscure Arduinos and basically will do what I need. I can always fall back to crouton if I need to do a Atiny85 or something (if it doesn't support it).
I haven't tested the ethernet dongle on it yet, but I'm confident that after working with the chromeOS team to get it working proper on the c720 that it will work the same on this too. Hence for my day job, my chromebook will do too.
So there is only my android stuff left. Well the standard ADB and fastboot stuff is the majority of what I do. Flash this or that. If I get deeper into development (as I always hope to) then I can move to my rig or CRD into it.
This does open up an interesting thought though. You probably know that Google announced the Pixel-C today, a tablet hybrid running Android with the Pixel branding. That on my mind and finding this adb/fastboot installer for chromeOS (and others) has me wondering why no one has ported ADB and Fastboot to Android yet. Why can I still not use my phone to fastboot flash my tablet, or my nexus 9 to ADB files from my nexus 5?
Seems to me the pure Linux part is easy enough. Obviously though Android and Android hardware is a little different. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2638673