well practically everyone who i know who hasn't read a single PC article will ask when comparing PCs, how many GHz? I annoys me soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much. How many Gb ram, how many Mb or RAM in your gfx card, how many ins is you monitor. all they care for is the speed. they don't understand hypertransport by AMD, CAS latency and what brand of RAM, that core clock and memory speeds are more important in gfx cards and response time for monitors. all they care about is the bigger the number, the better, even when they buy a 3.8GHz P4 680 and find it outgunned by the price equivalent 2.2 GHz dual core Athlon 4400+.
but enough rambling on, the Pentium M is actually THE best chip when it comes to preformance per watt ratio. if they had a clock speed to rival AMD Athlons, P Ms would whop them up. it's rather interesting because the new Intel Duos are almost the same as two P Ms in one die with a bigger cache but the Intel Duo out guns the 3.2GHz Pentium Ds dual cores even though the Duos have a much lower clock speed.
So there, i don't know how many times i've said this and how many times i will in future but, RAW speed or a bigger number doesnt mean it's better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!