Hewlett Packard Enterprises today announced the Spectre x360 14, its latest 2-in-1 hybrid running Windows 10. Much like its predecessors, this notebook prioritizes a slim form factor and long battery life in order to deliver a maximum combination of portability and power. To that end, HP is once again pushing the envelope in terms of full-screen laptop design. As the HP Spectre x360 14 features a screen-to-body ratio of over 90%.

The ultrabook is essentiall all screen, and paired with a 14-inch panel, it’s a highly compact proposition, even relative to typical tablets, let alone competing laptops. What’s more, its keyboard scissors have been manufactured using 100% natural, completely renewable material. This is in line with HP’s recent push to become a more eco-friendly, fully sustainable electronics manufacturer in the very near future.

The HP Spectre x360 14 also features an 11th-generation Intel Core CPU with a new Iris Xe graphics chip architecture promising unprecedented performance gains with an even smaller energy footprint. Speaking of which, this ultrabook has been rated for up to 16.5 hours of standalone operation on a full battery charge, which is as good as it gets in this or any other portable computer category.

This luxurious laptop will be releasing stateside via BestBuy and HP itself next month, starting at $1,199.