The notebooks are each equipped with an integrated graphics core from Intel, so I benchmarked them in 3DMark 2001 SE Pro as well as in 3DMark 2003 3.60.
3DMark uses a set of 3D scenes rendered by its own graphics engine to check the capabilities of a computer’s graphics subsystem.
The ASUS W5G00F uses dual-channel memory access, so its results are better in both versions of 3DMark. When powered by the batteries, the notebooks have similar speeds because they lower their CPU frequencies to 1.00GHz. The ASUS looks preferable anyway.