Sun Dec 9, 2012, 12:29 AM
FredisDead (344 posts)
HP PCs Manufactured in the USA
For as long as we've been in the PC business, HP has built PCs in the US. HP workstations and commercial desktop PCs are manufactured in Indianapolis, and HP servers are manufactured in Houston. These manufacturing facilities employ hundreds of people and produce billions of dollars’ worth of products.
•36% of Business Desktop PCs sold in the US are made in the US
•100% of the Workstation PCs sold in the US are made in the US
•HP (and Compaq) have been making PCs continuously in the US since the inception
•HP will make 2.9 million PCs in the US this year
“HP PCs have been assembled in the US since the beginning,” said Tony Prophet, senior vice president of operations for HP’s Printing and Personal Systems group. “For example, every HP desktop workstation PC sold in the US is assembled in Indianapolis, Indiana. In 2012, we expect to assemble 2.9 million PC units in the United States.”
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Response to FredisDead (Original post)
Sun Dec 9, 2012, 12:42 AM
Warpy (73,117 posts)
1. Yep, mine had that "made in the USA" label when it arrived
Even if the CEO is a GOP halfwit with no clue what she's doing, their products have always been good to me.
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Response to easychoice (Reply #2)
Sun Dec 9, 2012, 03:23 AM
AtheistCrusader (17,146 posts)
4. I wouldn't call them 'junk', I've found the Proliant series very reliable.
But they are most certainly not 'made' here. True dat
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