Being a significant maker of peripherals in general and gaming peripherals in particular, Logitech cannot omit the content creators and streamers market, which is now virtually dominated by Corsair's Elgato. On Tuesday, Logitech said that it had acquired Loupedeck, a streaming controller specialist, enabling the company to address streamers with a dedicated product. Furthermore, the company plans to use Loupedeck's expertise beyond its controllers. Streaming controllers is a dynamically developing and lucrative market. These controllers retail sold for $199 - $499 per unit, and the company also makes Stream Controller for Razer, which it is set to continue building even after it becomes a part of Logitech. Meanwhile, the latter gets a potentially profitable business with many opportunities beyond the gaming market. The Loupedeck Live S...
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