Looks like the Intel onboard graphics is more than enough.
I recently updated the Laptop Chooser posting at http://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/cnet-laptop-chooser-college-too-350349/ and do take a look at the Amazon Best Sellers I linked to there.
I intend to buy a new laptop - primary use is MS Office, watching movies / live webstreams and browsing. However, I do use it for video editing occasionally using a software called "Pinnacle Studio MovieBox". This software has a reqmnt for "direct x 9 or 10 compatible graphics card with 128 MB"
Currently I have HP G42-478TX, which works great.
As I look to buy a new laptop, if I go for an i3/i5 intel core processor (windows 8/10) laptop with Integrated graphics card (NO dedicated graphics card), will it be sufficient to run the above software? Or will I need a dedicated NVIDIA type graphics card ?