The coronavirus pandemic is keeping everyone indoors, helping the work-and-learn from home culture gain prominence. If health experts are to be believed, the situation isn’t going to change anytime soon and this may be the new normal.
Logitech International SA LOGI on May 11 reported a big jump in sales of computer products during its fourth quarter as more people worked from home and families turned to technology to keep in touch during the coronavirus crisis. Work and learn from home has become the new way of life, spurring demand for computer hardware, peripherals, network software and cloud business surging.
Logitech Sales Jump
Logitech said sales of video collaboration equipment jumped 60% and sales of webcams rose by 32%. These were the star performers as group sales rose 14% to $709.2 million during the fiscal fourth quarter. Also, sales of gaming accessories — keyboards, mouse and headsets increased 8%, as
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