For the most part, HP showed up to this year's CES with -- you guessed it -- consumer-tech products. In addition, though, it also snuck in a few business class devices. Wait, wait: Where are you guys going? Before you run for the hills, know that we chose to feature the EliteBook Folio, the company's new 12.5-inch enterprise laptop, because the design actually looks pretty sick. HP squeezed a 4K, nearly bezel-less screen into the notebook's slim frame, translating to a sharp 352 pixels per inch. The colors should also be vibrant: The display recognizes 95 percent of Adobe's RGB gamut, as opposed to 72 percent or so on more mainstream systems. At the same time, the machined-aluminum chassis is notably svelte, at 12.4 mm (0.49 inches) thick, and weighs less than 1 kg (2.2 pounds). It's especially obvious when you push the screen flat at an 180-degree angle.