I'm not getting a new laptop, for example, until next years Broadwell, when Crystalwell 2.0 should be very competitive in the graphics space, since Intel are the only ones doing GPUs right (full stack FOSS that still has the performance numbers, even if they should transition to gallium3d). But I still have a bad taste in my mouth buying Intel stuff because they
are still hugely anti-freedom with their proprietary chipsets, trade secret designs, and scrambled microcode behavior on their chips.
That is actually humorously in parallel to AMD, who support coreboot on their chipsets and usually are more open with their cpu hardware, even if they still use proprietary designs and implementations.
Wish I could get an AMD mobo with an Intel GPU =P