Kyle posted a link to this French site on the front page of HardOCP:
The article has 3Dmark2001 results for a laptop equipped with the new NVidia GeForce4Go 440 with comparison to the Radeon Mobility 7500.
As Damage pointed out in his GeForce4 article, the new GeForce4Go appears to be based on the NV17 (GeForce4 MX) core, lacking the shaders found in the Radeon 8500 or GeForce3 / GeForce4 Ti GPUs.
I must say that I am disappointed to see the new NVidia chipset still bested by ATI's Radeon Mobility 7500. While either of the systems benchmarked here will run circles around any other laptop in 3D gaming, they still don't perform at the level of desktop computers that cost a whole lot less.
I was wondering what the sentiment was here, whether the Radeon Mobility 7500 or the GeForce4Go were considered fast enough for routine gaming, or if gamers still had to stick to desktops. Opinions?