HP is looking to push the limits of thin with its latest laptop, the HP EliteBook Folio. This Windows 10-powered machine was first announced at CES 2016, and it is just a mere 12.4 mm thin, and will weigh in at less than 2.2 pounds, which is awesome. Featuring a 12.5-inch display, the EliteBook Folio packs some great specs, and is being marketed towards enterprise users who want a thin and light notebook with high power and security features.

Inside, you've got Intel's Core i7 processor with a battery life of up to 10 hours per charge. The team at HP worked closely with Microsoft's Skype for Business team to make sure it offers the best possible experience for users.

"Microsoft and HP engineers worked closely on the development of the EliteBook Folio for more than a year to deliver the best Skype for Business experience," said Eric Wilfrid, director of product, Skype for Business, Microsoft. "The result is a device that offers a premium collaboration experience when speaking or listening to calls using Skype for Business."

The HP EliteBook Folio will be priced starting at $999 when it goes on sale. HP has not yet announced an official release date for this lightweight computer.