Both companies make CPUs with integrated graphics (AMD calls these "APUs"). All but a few mainstream Intel chips have made the transition while AMD is introducing new lines with integrated graphics while for the time being maintaining (phasing out) traditional CPUs without graphics.
For integrated AMD "APUs" look at the A-series chips on socket FM1 or the newer FM2. Intel features faster CPU cores despite higher clock speeds on AMD chips while AMD has far superior graphics.
Thanks for the reply....so, for the intended use, given price/performance considerations which would you suggest? AMD or Intel-based?