Hi I've just been to my local computer store and have looked at two different laptops that I like the look of. However, I'm not entirely sure that I've been given the right advice from the sales assistant. Basically the two laptops have the same spec apart from the processor (as described below): Laptop 1 has a AMD Turion 64x2 Processor TL60 (2.0 GHz, 533 MHz FSB, 1 MB Cache) Laptop 2 has an Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor T2330 (1.60 GHz, 533 MHz FSB, 1 MB Cache) Now the sales assistant told me that Laptop 1 has twice the processing power of laptop 2 as it has 2 processors both running at 2.0GHz therefore having 4.0GHz of processing speed. Laptop 2 only has 1 processor and therefore only runs at 1.6 GHz. Therefore Laptop 1 is twice as fast as Laptop 2 and therefore as they are both the same price it makes sense that I should buy Laptop 1 as it has twice the processing speed. However, I was under the impression that an Intel Dual Core Processor meant it had twice the processing power combined into one processor i.e. 1.6GHxz x 2 = 3.2 GHz. Has the sales assistant informed me correctly?