Can we ask why? Even in the mobile market, having an Intel CPU will bump the price of the laptop when you're looking for equal performance. Your price range is too small to be that specific. Your graphics performance takes a nosedive when you exchange the AMD CPU (which is just as good) for an Intel.
If you don't mind the work you can go with one of these, which would smoke your deal... they don't have an OS installed so you'll have to do that and get all the drivers, etc. The company also has a bad reputation being owned by Best Buy but if you can also see past that, you're good: http://www.cowboom.com/product/1012595
Thanks but 610m and 6470m are both under powered graphics I really need something that can play games easily. 5730m is powerful enough to play crysis 2 and other games medium-low setting but a 6470m just doesn't have the power.
I am sold on the weight being as low as it is and the thickness of the laptop being less than 1.25". I need portable, and my 14" version is less than 5lbs and 1.15" thick, which is just about the sweet spot for me.
When Radeon Mobility HD 7690M GDDR5 Discrete Graphics is combined in dual graphics with the HD 6620G on the APU, you get Radeon HD 6775G2. Nice boost in some gaming -- some games run better out of dual graphics.