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Submitted by mpctips 1110d ago | news

Logitech Loses Interest in Console Peripherals, Reaffirms Commitment to PC Products

Maximum PC: Logitech has seen better quarters than its most recent one, in which sales were $615 million, down 14 percent from $715 million one year prior. The company posted an operating loss of $180 million, in part based on a non-cash goodwill impairment charge estimated to be $211 million, but also because it's just not selling as many peripherals. In an attempt to turn things around, Logitech said it's discontinuing "non-strategic products," including speaker docks and console gaming peripherals. (Logitech, PC hardware)

justinbkerr  +   1110d ago
And the cycle begins again.
newsguy  +   1110d ago
but pc gaming is dead?...
Speed-Racer  +   1110d ago
No.
Software_Lover  +   1110d ago
I love my g13. I just wish it had a better sized analog stick and that it was better placed. Although a different size could make up for the slight displacement.
Blackdeath_663  +   1109d ago
damn, need to pick up a logitech racing wheel for GT before they stop making them.
iamnsuperman  +   1109d ago
because they are crap. If you are going to make console peripherals make them good.
hiredhelp  +   1109d ago
I love my G19 but the lack of updated game profiles is sad.

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