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Web Extra: Intel, Value Trade or Trap?

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Investors are wondering if Intel is a value trade or value trap on the release of its new microprocessor.

The new technology allows computers to manipulate photos and video and very rapid speeds. However it's no secret that chip and PC sales have been heading south lately.

Considering shares of Intel are down 50% in 2008 and it currently trades at a 10.5 P/E is it worth a look?

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