The president of Foxconn was asked about this in 2010; why not manufacture in the US using automation? He said, "I worry America has too many lawyers. I don’t want to spend time having people sue me every day.” Labor costs aren't the only concern; the US is a regulatory and political mine field filled with lavishly funded pressure groups that impose huge costs on industrial investment.
Of the 382 comments posted so far, this is the best. You nailed it.
Miele Vacuums in Germany are power hogs and need 2200W
I don't know where you're getting your specs but you should check the Miele website . All their large vacuums range between 800W and 1300W. Dyson doesn't even post their power consumption. If it's such a low power device, why wouldn't they at least mention it?
No, it shows exactly the opposite. That laws can be ignored,
Exactly. How many billions are they worth? I think they should have to pay it before the end of the week, or take them offline until it's paid.
"If a computer can't directly address all the RAM you can use, it's just a toy." -- anonymous comp.sys.amiga posting, non-sequitir