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Windows 10 Mobile’s Continuum is undoubtedly one of the best features which allows users to use the phone like a PC. In other words, Windows Phone will get incredible productivity in Continuum mode when you’ll connect the phone to a monitor with keyboard and mouse or virtual trackpad and keyboard setup.

Miraxess’ Mirabook is a solution to convert your Windows Phone into a laptop with Continuum technology. Windows Phone with a lapdock allows connectivity to an external screen, with Mirabook you can take advantage of Continuum technology in Lumia 950s, HP Elite x3 and Alcatel IDOL 4S.

Not only Windows Phone, Mirabook also supports Android, meaning that you can connect supported handsets to the lapdock to enjoy Linux-powered Continuum like experience.

At CES 2018, Miraxess’ CEO Anteur confirmed that the Mirabook will be shipping to the early backers in May. “There is still a lot of room for improvement and we will work our hardest to deliver your Mirabooks in May 2018, as announced previously,” the company said.

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Mirabook is not a simple dock, it is a notebook with 1080p 13.3-inch display and offers battery backup of no less than 24 hours. The Mirabook is a stylish device and weighs 2.2 lbs (0.99 kg). It also comes with a headphone jack and all necessary connectivity options including HDMI, microSD and Type-C USB ports. Since the storage of your phone is limited, Miraxess’ Mirabook also supports microSD card for expanding the storage capacity of the device.

Supported Windows Phones

  • Lumia 950 & 950 XL.
  • Alcatel IDOL 4S.
  • HP Elite X3.

The Mirabook is happening because of a crowdfunding campaign on Indigogo. It’s worth noting that the 200% of the required funds were raised on June 13, 2017.

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