ok thanks for the replying but why do you recomend the i3 for gaming? according to videocardbenchmark.net the HD 6750M preforms about twice as well as the HD7670M. The only reason i included it is because it is almost an ultrabook and is upgradable to 16gb ram.http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu.php?gpu=Radeon+HD+7670M http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu.php?gpu=Radeon+HD+6750M&id=283
The i3 is just too weak for anything that needs more than two physical cores and hyperthreading is no substitute. Just get the A8 machine as I know how it performs, I own one but without the discrete and it plays Skyrim just fine but I Strongly suggest that you upgrade the ram as it does make a Big difference as I had learned with mine.
Also tweaking for higher clocks is easy and when not gaming and on the battery only you can tweak for much lower clocks to gain an hour or more worth of battery life. On Intel laptops SB and older you can as Intel locks the voltages but on AMD you gains access to the multiplier (unlocked) to tweak as you like.
I am not sure about the A10 and the SB i3 is locked the entire way.