The Continuum Dock may find a home in the living room of many Windows Mobile users

Continuum for phones is one of the stand-out features of Windows 10 Mobile, but its also one of the features which I have difficulty seeing an every day use case for.

Sure, it will be extremely handy for travel, when it can easily turn a hotel TV into a desktop PC, but what about the day to day use?

With many of us soon receiving free Continuum docks with their Lumia 950 and 950 XL purchase will these simply end up in a drawer, or more optimistically a travel bag?

I believe the best place for these docks would be on your stand below your TV, in the living room, where it will make it super-trivial to show your Netflix on the big screen, show your latest photos just by dropping your phone in the cradle, or even in the future to play the latest shooter from Gameloft on the big screen.

While Microsoft has promoted Continuum mainly for productivity, in truth most of us will be most productive on our actual laptops, but when it comes to entertainment, especially on the second screen, our phones may soon become a lot more useful.

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