Logitech cleared for take-off, snaps up flight stick specialist Saitek
Logitech has just purchased Saitek, the company known for its seriously heavyweight flight (and space) sim controllers and accessories, for $13 million (around £10 million, AU$17 million).While Logitech already makes steering wheels for driving games, in a blog post, the company notes that it wants to expand into the wider simulation market.While sophisticated...
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