With Windows 10, your Wi-Fi-connected Surface becomes a remote second screen so you can play Xbox One games in every room of your house. You can stream your Xbox One games and dashboard to your Surface or Surface Book as long as you stay on the same home network.
This comes in quite handy when, say, your kids are determined to get to the next level of “Halo 5: Guardians” on their Xbox One, but you want to watch a movie on the family room TV. You can avoid family anguish by lending them your Surface or Surface Book so they can continue the battle in the next room.
To learn more, visit the Microsoft Devices Blog.
Microsoft News Center Staff