The USA has shed manufacturing jobs right and left, but there are still some examples of consumer technology that is made – or partially made – in America. Read on to find out which companies made the grade.
Technology from the usa is ungrateful. I remember back when I bought an American Tv, it broke down on me in 6 month. I am not trying to bad mouth America but please stay out of the technology. I have a LG LM670T and for as long as I know, I had zero problems with it.
It's not that we assume that there are only 22 companies in the US that produce good even close to technology, just that we like seeing things that relate to us. I'm a commercial AV integrator, seeing Vaddio raised my eyebrows, and I hoped that some of the other 21 might have also touched upon something I deal with. Speaking of which, why is there never any Infocomm coverage? Not that anything interesting happened there this year, but a bunch of AV switcher/control/transport manufacturers were all trying to demo their HDBaseT boxes and AMX actually had a good showing of potentially closing the gap with Crestron's DM (but I'm not optimistic about if it'll actually work). Tom isn't the only one that exclusively reports CES coverage, but it makes the people who don't work at Best Buy or Radio Shack have nothing to look forward to.