Logitech Ships Its Billionth Mouse

Posted: Dec 3 2008, 8:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:05pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals


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Logitech announced today that it has shipped its one-billionth mouse. The peripheral maker has been shipping mice since the 1980s and claims to have driven nearly every major innovation in the PC mouse development. Logitech says a billion people are using computers worldwide and that an additional billion users are expected by 2014.

Logitech introduced its first retail mouse in 1985 and shipped its 100 millionth mouse in 1996. By 2003, Logitech had shipped 500 million mice and today Logitech makes 376,000 mice per day and 7.8 million mice per month.

“Since the first click of the Logitech® P4 mouse in 1982, Logitech mice have played an indispensable role in the evolution of the personal computer,” said Gerald P. Quindlen, Logitech president and chief executive officer. “During the last few decades, the way people use computers has changed dramatically – what was once strictly a business tool has become highly integrated into our personal lives. Logitech has continually pursued innovations to meet those changing conditions, introducing – in the last five years alone – the world’s first laser mouse, hyper-fast scrolling and the nano-receiver.”

Via Logitech

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