There is nothing to comment much upon. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to say anything save that “this notebook is faster than that one” because the benchmark doesn’t give you a detailed picture of the performance of the notebook and does not say which weight each of the performed scripts has in the final score. We can only see that the Acer Aspire 3003NLC is faster at running the scripts from Multimedia Content Creation Winstone 2004 whereas the Samsung P28 and the LG LS50e are better in Business Winstone 2004. I guess the Acer wins Multimedia Content Creation because of its powerful CPU, but this is only a guess – until such complex benchmarks give you some more information than just a dry “total score”, they only answer what notebook is faster but not why it is faster. So, we can compare the notebooks in this test and that’s all.
That’s a predictable outcome: the Mobility Radeon 9000 is in the lead, followed by the notebooks with Intel’s GMA900 which are in their turn followed by the devices with Intel’s Extreme Graphics 2, and then the SiS M760GX and the UniChrome Pro bring up the rear. The only aberration is the ASUS A3500L which performs abnormally slow for a laptop with an IEG 2 core. It is not the slowest now, but the fact is strange anyway.