After a spate of negative stories about Chinese factory conditions, tech vendors are eager to show that they can also make gadgets in America. The latest example is Motorola, which is advertising that its Moto X phone is being assembled in U.S. Here are a some more gadgets that are or will be “made in the U.S.A.”
In May, Schaumburg, Ill.-based Motorola announced that the Moto X would be built by domestic contract manufacturer Flextronics. Located in Fort Worth, Texas, Flextronics plans to employ over 2,000 workers for the project.
The Moto X offers a slew of customization options for AT&T shoppers who use the Moto Maker website, including 18 back colors, 7 accent colors and a custom message on the back. Motorola wouldn't be able to offer 4-day delivery if it assembled this phone overseas, though its parts are still sourced from foreign manufacturers.
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