The M1 chip is something rather special. It was difficult enough for online medias to compare or creating a reasonable benchmark. The System on Chip (SoC) integrates CPU, GPU, Neural Engine, Unified Memroy (aka. RAM), Secure Enclave (security sub-system and hardware key manager), SSD controller, encoder/decoder engine all in one tiny SoC. There is, at least in 2021, nothing to compare to in the consumer-grade portable computing market (mostly x86 architecture).
There are a lot of benchmarks are available, there are two I would recommand to take a look
You should read more about the post on Thin, Scalable, Computerless, the Macbook 11 inch model was probably the first attempt to create a powerful & small Macbook, but Intel obviously failed Apple.
Here’s my early prediction:
There might be a version of device like iPad but powered by MacOS (or similar) one day becuase of power and engergy saving delivered by this unified SoC. Let’s see.