Investors are frequently caught between a rock and a hard place when it comes to the decision of investing in PCs for the rest of 2012. Often we look to companies like Dell (NAS: DELL) and Hewlett-Packard (NYS: HPQ) for clarity, but neither has been a shining example of growth in recent months. Fools, it's time to turn our attention to Intel (NAS: INTC) . Although the negative signs from other PC companies may be a cause for concern, this company is still relatively cheap, a great provider of some of the highest dividends in tech, and has extremely high production capacity, which should give it a long-term edge over competitors.
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