(Reuters) – Logitech International (LOGN.S) reported a big jump in sales of computer products during its fourth quarter on Tuesday as more people worked from home and families turned to technology to keep in touch during the coronavirus crisis.
FILE PHOTO: Chief Executive Officer Bracken Darrell of the computer peripherals maker Logitech addresses a news conference in Zurich, Switzerland March 6, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
Demand for video collaboration products boomed during the three months to the end of March as schools and offices shut down to prevent the spread of the virus, with locked-down staff relying on video conferencing equipment, software and webcams.
Families also connected via video conferencing as lockdown restrictions prevented them from seeing loved ones during the pandemic.
“As people shelter and self-isolate from each other physically, you need some way to get an emotional connection, and video is the way to do that,” Chief Executive Bracken Darrell told…
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