- The HoloLens uniquely offers something magical — the ability to fit a large (virtual) PC screen into a small package, with full access to most UWP productivity apps.
- On such flights any device larger than a smartphone is currently banned from being carried in the cabin of the aeroplane, meaning most productive work is difficult to impossible.
- Of course, intrepid HoloLens users are not bound by such physical limits and as can be seen in the video below, by using a mouse, keyboard and virtual screens he was able to get both work and play done on the 14.5-hour flight.
- See the video below.
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