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 a whopping 170,000 to 250,000 yen (around $3,100) depending on how you set it up.