"Continuum isn't necessarily the answer for Microsoft," Narcotta said. "The user experience you have is the answer, with apps and services. Having software that offers a single pane of glass to do things, where you can walk into an office and view work on a phone and fling it to a big screen — that's pretty powerful."
However, he added, "There's not a lot of user base [for Display Dock] outside the Lumia ecosystem. It's a proof of concept but so far it has limited range. Microsoft can yell about it as loud as they want, but the megaphone isn't that large. They need to crank it up. They haven't articulated what the heck Windows 10 will be in mobile."
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