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robo_dev

The P6100 is a deravative of core i3 without hyperthreading and VT. (VT is for Hyper-V or VMware, but won't help your CAD program any).

In terms of CAD, I really do think it's the graphics capability that is the issue.

AutoCAD 2012, for example, does not utilize hyperthreading, so an upgrade to an i3 of similar clock speed would not help you one bit. I don't think even an i5 on a notebook would help you for AutoCAD

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/304757-28-p6100-review