|Sorry, but you've got just about everything wrong.|
1st of all, you do NOT combine the two cores. The Intel CPU runs at 1.66GHz, not 3.2GHz...the AMD CPU runs at 1.9GHz, not 3.8GHz.
2nd, you're comparing apples with oranges. AMD & Intel use two completely different architectures, so the cache & bus speeds are not comparable. You can compare Intel vs Intel or AMD vs AMD & be able to make a reasonable conclusion as to which to choose, but when you compare AMD vs Intel, you need to have a grasp on the differences in architecture...the numbers don't tell the story.
Just as an example...Intel CPUs use the Front Side Bus (FSB), but AMD abandoned the FSB many years ago. AMD systems use the HyperTransport bus (HT) which is calculated differently. The HT bus on the AMD CPU you listed runs at 1600MHz, the Intel CPU runs at 667MHz FSB, but because of the difference (FSB vs HT bus), you can't automatically draw the conclusion that 1600MHz is better than 667MHz. You need to do your homework.
Other than that, you didn't list any other info about the two laptops/notebooks that you're comparing. The CPU is just part of the equation. What about RAM, grahics, hard drive?? You have to look at the complete picture, not just one part of it.
That being said, why would you be looking at a Intel based laptop with a Celeron, rather than one with a Dual core Pentium or Core 2 Duo?