It appears that Google's Chromebook laptops are finally getting Photoshop, at least in limited beta at first - starting with US-based Adobe education customers. According to a blogpost on the Google Chrome blog, Adobe Photoshop is now available in a limited beta release for Chromebook. U.S.-based Adobe education customers with a paid Creative Cloud account can apply for access to the program. 

Like other Chrome OS apps Photoshop runs entirely from the cloud. Photoshop for Chrome is fully integrated with Google Drive. Though this beta release only includes Photoshop, Adobe states that other products are coming soon. Per usual, Adobe encourages participants in the beta program to leave feedback. Find out if you're eligible for the program and submit an application at Adobe's Education Exchange website.