eMachines M6805 at Best Buy
I got to play with one at my local BB, pretty nice - alot like the Centrino laptop that I now run - but faster...
They had it running one of those endless loop demo programs that lets you look at a lot of junk about alot of junk... Still, I got out of that by going into safe mode
They basically let me do what I wanted for awhile, even though when they walked by and asked if I needed help/was everything alright it was obvious what I was doing. I of course put the machine back the way it was after I left. It is really not a bad machine, and I could get onto their local WAP with it no problem. Definitely superior to my Centrino in every way... ( except, the Centrino is a really solid beautiful design. The M6805 isn't bad, pretty nice in fact, but not quite as good ).
I liked the feel of the touchpad, the sound wasn't bad - I do wish I had brought a game or something to see how it liked the graphics, but I have played with 9600 type mobiles before so there should be no surprises.
Oh, it doesn't hit 2ghz because that is a typo. The mobile 3000+ is a 1.8ghz part with 1mb cache, whereas the the desktop 3000+ is a 2ghz part with a 512kb cache.