You'd endorse anybody that could get you some contacts, in some doors, etc.. right? You are who I thought you were. Whoever wants to write you a check is your best friend. You're a jerk and so is he, so it's easy to see why you think he's a nice guy. I bet you think you're a nice guy, too.
Because he shows one face over here, mildly complaining about Intel and then on the other message board he cries and whines like an immature brat. He and Marsavian are bratty daytraders that think they know it all and when they don't, they spew venom to the companies. Hey A.E. and Dorksavian....Intel doesn't care about Daytraders. Never have, never will. Grow up, girls.
Friday, 11/22/13 12:24:31 PMRe: Sarmad post# 125214
Post # of 125221
It was a mistake to not disclose guidance IMMEDIATELY in a press release. You can't HYPE your company and then release material news at the close that wipes out the good news that we saw.
While poor schlubs like myself have been in this stock for years now, I feel sorry for the poor souls who actually bought INTC during the day.
cer Goes Back and Into the Future with Intel Celeron “Haswell” Processor for $199.
Acer Introduces All-New Google Chome-Based PC with Haswell Processor and $199 Price Tag
[11/17/2013 01:48 PM]
by Anton Shilov
Acer America has announced the availability of a new $199.99 entry-level model in its new Acer C720 Chromebook line for budget-minded customers. Acer C720-2848 runs on an Intel Celeron processor based on the Haswell micro-architecture to deliver fast performance and up to 8.5 hours of battery life. What the device does not deliver is Windows OS and compatibility with mainstream apps.
“Since the Acer C720 debuted last month, it’s been acclaimed for delivering industry-leading performance and long battery life to mobile savvy computer users. Our new $199.99 model delivers an incredible value proposition for this level of performance at a time of year when so many people are shopping for gifts for loved ones,” said Arif Maskatia, chief technology officer for Acer.
With the announcement of Acer C720-2848 with Google Chrome operating system Acer goes back to its netbook past and right into the future with the new OS. The new personal computer announced by Acer is nothing else, but a netbook, only cheaper and worse. A netbook would have cost a little more and feature Microsoft Corp.’s Windows operating system, providing access to a wide library of applications. Furthermore, a netbook would have sported a hard disk drive with plenty of storage space, giving its owners opportunity to collect mass of data, applications and content.
Is that correct?
Now Now, do I have to repost your posts saying that you got divorced, your wife's parents hated you, you were jobless and think you can make a good living getting 2 out of 3 daytrades right. LOL
Francois Piednoel@FPiednoel8 Nov
I believe QCOM data about LTE power to be inaccurate , picking a corner case ... Sneaky ...
He actually stated that on this board, that his Alias over there was Mas. Funny tidbit, Marsavian was a HUGE and I mean a HUGE Intel hater when he first started posting here. He changed his tune, literally, overnight when the released the powerful road map about 2 years ago.
Remember, Lucy, when it hit 29 and you bragged that it was the cornerstone of your portfolio? Now that's toooofunnny. Intel goes nowhere until you #$%$ your panties.
Sounds like he's listened to Nenni, given up on Intel and wants Intel to foundry chips for everybody and give up like he did. What really stinks is that he writes multiple articles every day and can put a hurting on Intel if he wants to.
Over/Under on when he starts writing sell ratings on Intel? I think he's in bed with Nenni and is trying to break the news as slowly as possible before he starts attacking Intel.
aeassa Friday, 11/08/13 01:07:01 PM
Re: wbmw post# 124737
Post # of 124743
Merrifield needs to be about 2x better to be in the game.
May not be in the cards, unfortunately.
Merrifield is a Snapdragon 400/Tegra 4i competitor. It does not appear that Intel is making a high end push here (or, rather, I believe they significantly miscalculated).
Also note that Intel's XMM 7160 and 7260 do not support CDMA, so these phones will be restricted to GSM networks. This makes me feel better about buying an iPhone 5S as I'm on Verizon. Wouldn't have been able to get a Merrifield phone anyway.
This is a big reason that you've probably seen me turn less...bullish on smartphones for Intel. There are still a lot of warts here, and if Merrifield is the only thing Intel has for 2014, then we've got another year to go before we see a real push into Qualcomm's stronghold. Samsung doing its own custom core and GPU makes me doubly uneasy.