First begun as a software company, Logitech laid the groundwork for becoming a major manufacturer of computer peripheral devices after it introduced the P4 mouse to the wholesale market in 1982. In 1985 Logitech entered the retail sales market with the C7 mouse and sold 800 units in the first month. During the past 25 years Logitech has emerged as one of the primary retail manufacturers for personal computer peripherals, due in large part to an exceptional record of innovative designs and quality. Today, Logitech has over 1.8 billion in annual sales, ships over 143 million products worldwide, and introduces over a hundred new products to the market each year.
Best known for its line of computer peripherals, Logitech also offers an expanded product line that includes accessories and peripheral devices for mobile phones, IPod/MP3 players, and systems for gaming, home entertainment, and residential security. These products can be purchased at most bricks-n-mortar and online electronics retailers, or directly from Logitech using its website.