Panasonic outs Let’s Note B11 laptop series in Japan, Ivy Bridge in tow
Okay, it may not be one of the sleekest laptops we’ve seen of late, but Panasonic’s B11 is packing a hefty amount of horsepower underneath that beastly shell to make you forget its looks. This Let’s Note B11 is a worthy refresh to the B10 series we showed you a while back — although aesthetically it didn’t change much. Inside the Japan-bound B11 is Intel’s latest Core i7-3615QM chip, which you can pair alongside a 750GB hard drive or a 256GB SSD. You can also choose up to 16GB of RAM if you go the quiet route, while the HDD configuration only allows a maximum of 8GB of memory. The 15.6-inch (1920 x 1080) B11 is set to hit Japanese shelves on May 18th, with pricing ranging from 170,000 to 250,000 yen depending on how you set it up.