Lenovo isn’t the only one unveiling stuff at this week’s CES 2017, since Dell is also there, with a convertible notebook among others. Their newcomer is the Dell XPS 13 notebook, that was already leaked a while ago and brings a 2 in 1 convertible notebook format.

The product features a 360 degree hinge, that lets the users fold the unit into a variety of configs. We’ve got the tent, the tablet and regular notebook mode, of course. Sadly, Dell was shy with unveiling specs for this model, so they only let us know about some features. For example the battery life of the XPS 13 2 in 1 is supposed to be 15 hours, which sounds mighty impressive.

There’s a QHD+ Infinity Edge screen in the mix, which Dell calls a premiere for a 2 in 1. A variety of configs will be available here, including one that makes this a business model with a 7th gen Intel Core vPro CPU. Dell XPS 13 is headed to Best buy and Dell’s website starting with January 5th, priced upwards from $999.

Expect to learn more info as CES 2017 progresses.