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Dell Laptop por Mind Map: Dell Laptop

1. Fabrieken

1.1. Limerick, Ierland

1.1.1. Xiamen, China Eldorado do Sul, Brazil Nashville, Tennesee

2. Parts

2.1. Intel microprocessor

2.1.1. the Philippines, Costa Rica, Malaysia, or China

2.2. Memory

2.2.1. factory in Korea, Taiwan, Germany or Japan

2.3. Graphics card

2.3.1. Taiwanese-owned factory in China (MSI) or a Chinese-run factory in China (Foxconn)

2.4. Cooling fan

2.4.1. Taiwanese-owned factory in Taiwan (CCI or Auras)

2.5. Motherboard

2.5.1. Korean-owned factory in Shanghai (Samsung), a Taiwanese-owned factory in Shanghai (Quanta), or a Taiwanese-owned factory in Taiwan (Compal or Wistron)

2.6. Keyboard

2.6.1. Japanese-owned company in Tianjin, China (Alps), a Taiwaneseowned factory in Shenzen, China (Sunrex), or a Taiwanese-owned factory in Suzhou, China (Darfon)

2.7. LCD display

2.7.1. South Korea (Samsung or LG.Philips LCD), Japan (Toshiba or Sharp), or Taiwan (Chi Mei Optoelectronics, Hannstar Display, or AU Optronics)

2.8. Wireless card

2.8.1. American-owned factory in China (Agere) or Malaysia (Arrow), or a Taiwanese-owned factory in Taiwan (Askey or Gemtek) or China (USI)

2.9. Modem

2.9.1. Taiwanese-owned company in China (Asustek or Liteon) or a Chineserun company in China (Foxconn)

2.10. Battery

2.10.1. American owned factory in Malaysia (Motorola), a Japanese-owned factory in Mexico or Malaysia or China (Sanyo), or a South Korean or Taiwanese factory in either of those two countries (SDI or Simplo)

2.11. Hard disk

2.11.1. American-owned factory in Singapore (Seagate), a Japanese-owned company in Thailand (Hitachi or Fujitsu), or a Japaneseowned factory in the Philippines (Toshiba)

2.12. CD/DVD drive

2.12.1. South Korean-owned company with factories in Indonesia and the Philippines (Samsung); a Japanese-owned factory in China or Malaysia (NEC); a Japanese-owned factory in Indonesia, China, or Malaysia (Teac); or a Japanese-owned factory in China (Sony)

2.13. Power adapter

2.13.1. Thai-owned factory in Thailand (Delta) or a Taiwanese, Korean, or American-owned factory in China (Liteon, Samsung, or Mobility)

2.14. Power cord

2.14.1. British-owned company with factories in China, Malaysia, and India (Volex)

2.15. Removable memory stick

2.15.1. Israeli-owned company in Israel (M-System) or an American-owned company with a factory in Malaysia (Smart Modular)

3. Tom's System

3.1. Tom's system left [the Dell factory] to head to the Penang, Malaysia, airport

3.2. Tom's system [was] inserted into a larger box, which went down the boxing line to the specific external parts that Tom had ordered.

4. Shipping

4.1. Tom's system had been shipped from [Nashville]

4.2. Tom's system arrived in Bethesda, MD, and was signed for