...Everyday electronics in general is what I meant. I have already found some companies I will post later. This is to see what is possible today...
I gotcha and whole-heartedly like the idea. I'll try to contribute if I'm able, too.
Unfortunately, I believe that list of companies might be relatively small as I concur with LatiosXT on an overall general level. Your statement that offshoring labor, over time, has diminishing returns is accurate no doubt. Referencing history as an example, Japan no longer makes most electronics because the standard of living there has increased and labor is no longer relatively cheap. But Japan's low-cost labor was replaced by those of other countries - Korea, Taiwan, China, etc. So that inshoring - that return of labor to the U.S. - becomes more difficult and complicated. Heck, India is the second most populous country in the world and growing, so they may supplant China's low-cost labor one day.
In the black and white world of dollars and cents, China's labor is a fraction of the cost of labor in the U.S. In a lot of cases, that differential alone makes some types of manufacturing in the U.S. impossible. I don't intend to discourage or be so negative, even though I sound it. I'm just talking facts - the past and the present. I could be wrong about the future though, as no one knows, right?
That said, I still think your notion is a good one and I have confidence that the U.S. will thrive.