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  • bacbacker bacbacker Mar 25, 2013 10:18 PM Flag

    Bank of America Analyst: $28 Price Target for Intel

    “We expect Haswell to enable sub 10W convertible ultrabooks and tablets with 8-10 hrs battery life, in line with ARM Holdings plc (NASDAQ:ARMH) (LON:ARM), but at performance levels closer to full-featured PCs. Haswell also adds a connected stand-by power state (SOi) to the x86 ecosystem, which brings mobile features to PCs and lowers idle power by 10x and addresses Intel’s Achilles heels vs. ARM. While Intel’s Haswell pricing remains unclear, ultra thin (

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    • “We expect Haswell to enable sub 10W convertible ultrabooks and tablets with 8-10 hrs battery life, in line with ARM Holdings plc (NASDAQ:ARMH) (LON:ARM), but at performance levels closer to full-featured PCs. Haswell also adds a connected stand-by power state (SOi) to the x86 ecosystem, which brings mobile features to PCs and lowers idle power by 10x and addresses Intel’s Achilles heels vs. ARM. While Intel’s Haswell pricing remains unclear, ultra thin notebooks built around Haswell could bring some buzz back to the PC ecosystem in 2H13.”

      Arya also believed that the Intel’s 22nm quad core Bay Trial chip could enable a wider presence in the Windows 8 and Android tablets in the latter part of 2013, and expected the company’s pricing to be aggressive ($25-$40). The analysts also believed that the Haswell-based ultrabooks would reduce market confusion on Windows 8.

      Arya recommended a buy rating for the stock of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) with a price target of $28 per share.

 
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