Microsoft's upcoming 'Display Dock' will be one of the first ways to experience 'Continuum'. Luckily, it looks like pricing for the accessory will be fairly reasonable, which is good news considering the dock itself will only be the conduit and will require a compatible device like the recently announced Lumia 950 / Lumia 950 XL.
If you are unfamiliar with Continuum and how it works, we got our hands on the device at Microsoft's event held in New York. According to our hands-on:
I got a quick demo of Phone Continuum working on the Lumia 950 XL, and in practice, it worked flawlessly. Simply connect the handset to the Display Dock, along with your mouse and keyboard, and then hook up the Dock to a TV or monitor, and within a couple of seconds, you’ll be using your phone like a mini Windows 10 PC.
While this type of feature might not appeal to everyone, it could certainly come in handy for those that are looking for a device that can transform into a mini PC. Although not a full Windows PC experience, it does offer some of the more important key components of Windows 10.
Microsoft's website currently lists the accessory as "coming soon", but according to PCWorld, the device is slated to arrive in November at a price of $99 USD. The Display Dock might be small but it offers a solid build with an ample amount of ports (DisplayPort, HDMI, 2 x USB 2.0) for most users.