Right now, I'm using my phone as my primary workstation for school when possible. Digital textbooks, Microsoft Edge, Office, OneNote and Groove Music have all played very nicely on my phone and bluetooth keyboard/mouse, save a couple key flaws. No current capability to snap apps makes so I can't practically take notes and read my textbook simultaneously unless I want to read on a small 5" display or my ThinkPad. Without the "disable screen" app, I also find great difficulty in working for too long without the risk of screen bleed. Then there are the inevitable student meetings at the campus library or during lecture. While this is where I feel a Continuum laptop chassis and battery would play very nicely, there is not a proper dock like this available quite yet, and certainly not one of quality. Once a student also breaks into some specific niche work, such as Nursing or more advanced IT work, a lack of those apps, UWP or otherwise, make it tricky, or for lack of a better word useless, to get work done. I'm certainly hoping x86 support can someday soon be a thing to help remedy this issue, albeit that's when an Intel processor is almost a must. Tl;dr - good for general work, but power usage and true "productivity" that Microsoft advertises isn't there yet.