1. msirapian's Avatar

    I'm posting this in Continuum and not the Surface section. My suggestion is simple: we know and accept that W10 or W10 M will never hit our surfaces RT or 2. OK.

    But what if, at least, we could use them to project Continuum on the screen (wired or wireless), and why not, use the typecover as well?

    I mean, with W10 RS1, we'll be able to project Continuum on any PC. That's the same idea, but for Surface 2 (which I still use and is not even 2 years old). An app could be enough to enable this, no need for UWP support etc. as my idea is to use the S2 as a "dumb" laptop (like these $90 devices we've seen lately).

    If you like the idea, you could support it by upvoting this suggestion in :
    * The Windows Feedback if you're still on production (10586.xxx) : copy / paste this in Edge :


    * The feedback hub if you're on RS1 already :


    Thanks for your support
    ChristodoulosK likes this.
    06-12-2016 09:34 AM
  2. Alexander Long's Avatar
    Nice thought . Or if there's a way to enable RT into a touchscreen monitor w/ some extra hardware.
    06-13-2016 02:51 PM
  3. msirapian's Avatar
    Thank you Alexander, don't hesitate to upvote, I'm pretty sure MS won't react, but hey, nothing ventured, nothing gained :)
    06-13-2016 03:16 PM
  4. iampwd's Avatar
    Yes please! Microsoft make a connect app for Windows RT 😀

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    07-02-2016 01:52 PM

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