Windows Continuum: what it is (and isn’t)

If you’ve been following the latest on Microsoft’s efforts with Windows 10 Mobile, you’ve probably heard of Windows Continuum. Probably the most headline-grabbing mobile development to come from Microsoft’s New York City event back in October, Windows Continuum allows anyone to plug a Windows 10 smartphone into a monitor and keyboard to transform it into an approximation of a desktop computer.

Upon giving Continuum a try on our Lumia 950 demo unit last week, we were pretty blown away by its potential. But as we used the feature more and more on the road to our full Lumia 950 review, we started wondering: what exactly is Continuum, in terms of its worth to consumers? Maybe more importantly, what isn’t it? Join us for a guided video tour of Windows Continuum’s best and worst aspects – and stay tuned for our Lumia 950 review coming later this week!

Windows Continuum: what it is (and isn’t)

Looking for more about the phone shown in the video? Check out our Lumia 950 first impressions pass, then click on over to our Mozo accessory feature to learn more about that brown leather back!

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Michael Fisher
Michael Fisher has followed the world of mobile technology for over ten years as hobbyist, retailer, and reviewer. A lengthy stint as a Sprint Nextel employee and a long-time devotion to webOS have cemented his love for the underdog platforms of the world. In addition to serving as Pocketnow's Reviews Editor, Michael is a stage, screen, and voice actor, as well as co-founder of a profitable YouTube-based business. He lives in Boston, MA. Read more about Michael Fisher!