One of the biggest features of Windows 10 Mobile is Continuum, which allows smartphones that support it to be used as a Windows 10 PC. Microsoft has released a new video that shows how Continuum is supposed to work.
The brief video shows how a Windows 10 Mobile phone, connected to an optional Display Dock, will allow users to connect a keyboard and mouse to the phone, along with a big screen monitor. That will enable users to work on the smartphone as if it was a Windows 10 PC, while also still using all of its phone features.
The video also shows how Windows 10 Mobile can connect wirelessly to a big screen TV, via the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter, without the need for a Display Dock.
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