Chinese Electronics Products are Good and Affordable

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  1. roheena profile image50
    roheenaposted 8 years ago

    China is one of the most popular country to import electronics goods. China has reached his business to the top. China's electronics are cheap and as well as affordable and are of good quality also.Electronics items from China such as mp3 players, DVD players, mobile phones, digital cameras, Car DVD Players, Parking Sensors and HDD media players are some of the hottest items and in very affordable prices. China Wholesale Electronics provide us a variety of products.It is a good site for reviewing the electronic products which are costly in our country.

    China has been described as being the factory of the world because they have good electronics products that are unbelievably cheap.The best thing to buy these electronics products from China is that you will remain ahead of your direct competitors in the market. Wholesale electronics goods are not only much cheaper in China but also the latest in terms of technology and aesthetic appeal.

    1. pylos26 profile image76
      pylos26posted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Actually, I hesitate to post on this thread...because the theme of it is such a damned lie.

      There are many unemployed Americans that will tell you that their predicament is due directly to cheap Chinese products flooding the market causing their jobs to be shipped overseas. The lack of quality in Chinese products has drastically reduced the quality of living in America.

    2. profile image46
      mobiperposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Really an interesting discussion

      The electronics goods from China are of good quality and highly affordable thus proves cost-efficient for trading.
      The market trend of China has reached at its full pace due its wide array of goods, especially of electronics items

      Thanks
      Electronics Wholesale

  2. MikeNV profile image80
    MikeNVposted 8 years ago

    Is it good to hire 28 cent per hour labor?  I have purchased 3 keyboards in the past year... all made in china... all Microsoft Brand (You would think I would learn?) and all broke after only weeks to months with little use.  Chinese electronics are not all that great... but they are cheap.  They are cheap because the Chinese Government exploits people - plain and simple.  Unfortunately its hard to find electronics not made in china for computer systems.

    When you by cheap electronics (I only do it when no other products are available) you can end up spending more and causing more environmental damage because you need to replace them more frequently.  You also encourage countries who devalue their citizens to continue the practice?

    Would you be willing to work 12 hour shifts in a factory for 28 cents per hour?

    1. pioneer_writer5 profile image56
      pioneer_writer5posted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I purchased some MP4 players for my children and one for myself. They all were purchase from China at different times. All worked perfectly at first but it was not long until they stopped working. I ended up purchasing players from a local mall which still work.

  3. Flightkeeper profile image71
    Flightkeeperposted 8 years ago

    It may be cheap but it's not well made plus some of the components could still be toxic.

  4. sweetmir profile image60
    sweetmirposted 8 years ago

    If they are so good what is its products position in International market?
    I never use Chinese product, so not know more about its products.

    1. prettydarkhorse profile image62
      prettydarkhorseposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      they are evrywhere around the globe because many people still buy their stuff, reason being that they are cheap,,,most of their products are immitation,,,and like flightkeeper said, they are toxic specially toys and will not last long...

  5. awirelessbusiness profile image60
    awirelessbusinessposted 8 years ago

    I LOVE the smell of forum spam in the morning...Tee Hee

  6. jumpman profile image55
    jumpmanposted 8 years ago

    Based on my experience using chinese electronics products are not that great.

  7. tksensei profile image60
    tksenseiposted 8 years ago

    Economics doesn't play favorites.

    1. tksensei profile image60
      tksenseiposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Despite strong emotions.

  8. earnestshub profile image87
    earnestshubposted 8 years ago

    Chinese consumer electronics are still poor quality and lousy value for money long term.Low quality plastics is one problem.

  9. pylos26 profile image76
    pylos26posted 8 years ago

    I want argue with that...Tksensei...just pointing out how people supporting Chinese worthless products drove themselve out of jobs...and the non-sense of the thread's theme.

  10. wyanjen profile image80
    wyanjenposted 8 years ago

    I agree in all with the quality of the cheap exports.
    I also take issue with the standard of life in China.
    For a society to work so hard for so little reward is shameful.
    neutral

    1. tksensei profile image60
      tksenseiposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I wouldn't worry too much, that boat is rapidly rising.

  11. tksensei profile image60
    tksenseiposted 8 years ago

    No point in blaming Chinese products, which in any case will be rising in quality and price in the coming decades.

    1. pylos26 profile image76
      pylos26posted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Some may say they already waited for the Japanees and don't have the patience for another.

      So...tell that to unemployed America.

      1. tksensei profile image60
        tksenseiposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        It's not a matter of patience. Do you talk of having the 'patience' to wait for water to flow downhill, or the sun to rise?

  12. pylos26 profile image76
    pylos26posted 8 years ago

    Sir...you seem to have your cart pulling your horse.

  13. IzzyM profile image88
    IzzyMposted 8 years ago

    I recently bought (on ebay)some Chinese USB pen drives which seemed remarkably cheap.
    Waste of money - they were slow to upload/download files, frequently messed up the files, and one of them has now completely failed.
    Cheap rubbish.

  14. vipeakbecky profile image57
    vipeakbeckyposted 7 years ago

    nononono,maybe some electric product is not good,not everything made in china is bad ,adversly some machine is be superior in quality.for example the minging machine i have bought from china.i had to say that it has excellent quality.maybe you are interested in it :crusher,stone crusher

 
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