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It's amazing how much we can do with our devices these days, but we can't seem to make up our minds about how big we want them to be. They have to be small enough to carry around constantly, but the screens need to be big enough to be functional. Of course, you can have more than one device, but what do you do when the screen on the device where your content resides is too small?
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You can also take full control of your phone's screen from a Mac or PC with a mouse and keyboard. That would allow you to share meeting content with colleagues, enjoy movies on the larger screens or even play games from your phone like Minecraft, Fortnite, and others in full-screen mode on your computer.
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