I have had Chromebooks almost since day one, I love the concept, the form factor and recently i've been loving the HP Chromebook X2 which is a proper Tablet Chromebook.
The X2 comes with a clip on keyboard which while it does an alright job, and holds the Tablet well, what I have figured out is over time the First World Problem of disconnecting the keyboard doesn't always fit my workflow.
I like to have the Chromebook and keyboard attached while sat at a desk connected to a USBC Hub and all the additional Monitors, drives and other things I use to run my daily driver.
This is where these two items have come into play
Using the keyboard which came with the X2 for mainly travel, while t my desk I have plumped for the Tablet stand i found on Amazon and the rather beautiful Brydge C-Type Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard which is specifically designed for use with ChromeOS
The keyboard is great to type on, has the option of either being Bluetooth or connect to the X2 using a USB Type C connector.
Couple this with a good USB Hub and the one listed below is powered when needed and has a VGA connector for those awkward moments that projector isn't HDMI in a hotel and a PD based battery which will recharge the Chromebook 3 times while on the go. We have a really good remote working setup here.
This is just my workflow, however it helps me and the hardware links below might help you.
None of these are affiliate links, I get no money if you click on these links, they are just things i've bought.