the 760 is better than 755 because it has a 533 meg front bus and the 755 only has 400 which is faster. The m140 is one of the xps series and has media center built in and you can get a optional tv tuner and has about 2 hours longer battery life. The xps m140's integrated graphics isn't a graphics card because it is built in to the motherboard, for gamers you will notice a big speed difference but for non-gamers you will barely notice anything.
I'm looking for a small (not necessarily "ultra lightweight") notebook for under $1400-1500 ... so far Dell XPS M140 and 700m seem best choices.
a. 700m offers a 2GHz Pentium M 755, but XPS offers 2GHz Pentium M 760 - meaningful difference for ?
b. Comparing these two with similar specs 2GHz, 1GB memory, 40GB HD, DVD burner, etc. what would be the differences a user would see between these (except for size difference)
c. i've seen complaints about "no graphics card" for XPS M140 ... an integrated one is listed though. Will anyone but hardcore gamers notice this? (i'm not a gamer)
Appreciate any comments.