Quake III Arena
The integrated ATI Mobility allows playing games on the notebook to a certain and very limited extent. It's not a desktop Geforce2, but try to run a desktop PC at 12W.
The Quake 3 Arena results give already some idea of Crusoe's performance in comparison with a Pentium III. The C1V is clearly outperformed. However, this tiny Sony notebook is of course not designed for 3D-gaming anyway.
Mercedes Benz Truck Racing
When you see the results, you might be shocked at first. Is it possible to work with such a slow device? For the answer, I asked Tom to make some Sysmark runs with Kate's 3-year old P6300 Notebook that's using a PentiumII 366MHz, a top performer of its time. You can see that even a notebook of the vintage is scoring better than the C1V. Still, the office application performance is sufficient enough for average use.