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"john smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Other than battery conservation and heat, which processor is better. Both
> types are used in laptops.
When it comes to laptop processors, battery conservation and/or less
heat are pretty much the definition of "better".
> I would assume if battery is not a concern, the regular P4 is better. Is
> this true?
The fastest P4's are faster than the fastest Pentium M's, if that's
what you're asking. If you're after speed above everything else, you
might also consider an Athlon 64.