That dividend issue they have looks ugly to me. I went with the Has well Mac Book Air and am very happy. Think I can sell it on eBay for a food price if I ever want to switch. The display on the Air is easier on my eyes than some of the 1080's that I looked at.
I really liked it. Will go to Best Buy tomorrow and look at Ultrabook alternatives, but not sure it can be beat. Really would like to spend around 500 instead of 1,000, but may just go ahead and get it as that battery life and the sleekness are phenomenal.
You're long.....but you can't justify you or anyone else staying long. What other B.S. do you want us to believe today? Your Tooofunnny alias was horrible at picking stocks as well, so to Ignore you go. Bitter beer face!
I think you just had the first of many drinks you'll have today. Is your costume on yet? You bring this alias out when you are wizzed off that Intel has recovered nicely and is moving forward. You and others will be really bitter watching Intel trend up for AT LEAST the next 6 months. Now thrug April is a LONGGGGGGG time. Intel aint goin lower the next 6 months.
The fact that you are trying to push this shows how desperate you are. Intel TV never was a big deal. If it worked, it might have been. But it means absolutely not one thing to Intel's future........other than the fact that Verizon will need lots of more chips for their data center if they run with what was Intel TV. You are cornered.
This guy is clueless and is just guessing that Intel will FAB for those three companies. He gives himself away as dumb when he says Intel will be making 22nm chips for Altera next year.
Just launched in India. Q4 is going to be gargantuan.
Asus launches Transformer Book T100 and Fonepad 7 in India
29 Oct, 2013 | by Nishtha Kanal |
Asus has announced the launch of the Transformer Book T100 and the improved Fonepad 7 in India today. The Transformer Book is a portable laptop that can double up as a Windows 8.1 tablet with a detachable HD display and the Fonepad 7 now features an Intel Atom processor as well as HSPA+ 3G.
The Transformer Book T100 was first announced at the IDF last month. It’s an ultraportable laptop and features an Intel Atom Bay Trail Z3740 quad-core processor. Asus says that the energy efficient processor will help power the laptop for up to 11 hours on full battery. The laptop features a 10.1-inch IPS multi-touch touchpad with wide 178-degree viewing angles and has a resolution of 1,366x768 pixels. Not much has been said about its GPU, but Asus says that it will be using Intel HD (Gen 7) Graphics
Great job, Intel board posters. Nobody gives him a sniff and he's barely even noticed here anymore.
.....go much higher from here. Said it tonight on CNBC.
I remember that. You are chasing your tail. If a person has 20,000 posts on a message board, it's their life and they aren't gonna change it for you or anyone else.
I'm guessing they would have a big problem increasing buybacks and Dividend as well since most of their cash is overseas? Correct? Apple seems stuck until they give more money back to investors and they'd rather hide it all. I despise this company and can't believe so many people spend so much of their disposable income on this companies products.