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Published on May 27, 2012
See how they are assembling the $55 (soon $49) AllWinner Boxchip A13 7" Capacitive tablet. This Shenzhen factory assembly line cranks out about 4000 such tablets in a day's work. If you like this video, you should also watch my Shenzhen Speakers Factory video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fcmbH...) that I posted last month. I think that they are treated better than Apple/Foxconn workers, I think they make better money, they have better working conditions (for example they may wear their own clothes), they probably have more flexibility and the work may be less monotonous. Yet, of course I think working conditions can be improved for all Chinese consumer electronics factory workers. My suggestion is that consumers must have the choice to buy "vouchers that go 100% to the workers that made the devices", for example, decide to pay $5 extra for your tablet, and know that the $5 goes 100% to the factory workers that build it meaning you double their salary (if 50% of all consumers decide to give an average of $5 each per device).