While most of the products we buy are made in China, there has been a shift to make (or at least assemble) more goods in America. Apple’s Mac Pro (Texas), Nissan’s Leaf electric car (Tennessee), and a few Lenovo computers (North Carolina) are some of the products that are now being assembled in the USA. You can add Google’s Motorola X phone to the list. The company is on a media blitz that capitalizes on the Fourth of July holiday and proudly states that the Motorola X is, “Designed by you. Assembled in the USA.” Check out the spot below and share your feelings on the Motorola X and other products that are made in America.
In the past, I’ve mentioned that I’d love to buy more made-in-the-USA products. I’m hoping (probably naively) that the Motorola X ends up being an awesome product that’s made in the USA. I’d love to rock a phone like that. How about you?
3 thoughts on “Motorola X Advertisement Boasts Assembled in the USA”
Speculation I’m reading is that the device will be like ordering a Dell. You can configure it in different ways.
Ive never been impressed by any motorola phone
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