Pentium M vs. P4 in a Dell laptop
Do Pentium M's run faster than P4's in laptops, or are they mainly developed for cooler running and power management? I'm just comparing the Dell Inspiron 600m and the 5100. I have my eye on the 600m, but it's around $300 more. The only difference I see is that it's 2lbs lighter (major plus to me, as I hate heavy laptops.) and the Pentium M. Can anyone enlighten me as to which one may be better? Maybe I'm missing something, I'm not sure.