Mad Dash for Webcams With Surge in Videoconferencing Has Turned out Rather Nicely for Logitech

The pandemic hasn’t changed these trends: it has accelerated them.

Story by Matthew Hughes, The Register

Webcams – like toilet paper and disinfectant wipes – have become an increasingly scarce commodity since the start of the pandemic, with analysts at the NPD Group reporting an almost-threefold increase in sales for the first three weeks of March.

This was not lost on Swiss peripheral maker Logitech International, whose balance sheet saw the benefit of those remote workers suddenly needing a cam, with sales of the teleconferencing aids increasing 13.6 per cent – nearly $10m – from the same quarter last year to $40.1m in its Q4 ended March 31.

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