Joe Belfiore took some time out at Microsoft's Ignite conference to demonstrate to Neowin how Windows 10 will work on smaller tablets. Obviously its hard to get a good feel for how exactly how well it works from this short video, but first impressions are positive.
The new, more compact Start menu and fixed navigation look to suit the smaller screen better and of course docking gives you the full desktop interface as part of Continuum.
Here's another good argument for USB-C being the connection port of the future. The new connection could make the idea of hot-desking with a small tablet an enterprise and consumer solution worth pursuing. The ability to provide power and KVM over a single connection, as well as host USB for drives and other peripherals does suggest a new degree of flexibility for full size computing.