No, because laptops are different from desktops. There are a number of factors that cause the difference. The desktop hardware is much, much more advanced than hardware for laptops. Lots of laptops also don't like playing anything outside of it's native resolution. Laptop HDDs, RAM and CPUs are all a lot slower than a desktop's. All of these factors could cause a big slow down.
If you want more info on what the i3/H55 can do, read through this review: http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets/showdoc.aspx?i=3704&p=3
EDIT: I should add that the review focuses a lot on what you can do in gaming. Just playing videos is a lot less intense graphically than playing games. And 30+ FPS in games is absolutely amazing for integrated graphics.