te of California to be dangerous. The company is also subject to the requirement as set out by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010, primarily Section 1502, which addresses the use of ‘Conflict Minerals’ in the supply chain. Australia and New Zealand: In Australia and New Zealand, the company is subject to the Minimum Energy Performance Standards regulations. Seasonality The company’s retail peripheral product sales are seasonal. Sales are highest during its third fiscal quarter (October to December), due primarily to the increased demand for its products during the year-end holiday buying season, and in the fourth fiscal quarter (January to March). The company’s video conferencing product sales experience minor seasonality. Sales are strongest during its third fiscal quarter (year ending March 2013) due primarily to expiring budgets in the business community. Sales are lower during its fourth fiscal quarter, as annual business budgets might not be finalized until late in the quarter. Competition Pointing Devices, and PC Keyboards and Desktops: Microsoft Corporation is the company’s major competitor in its mice, keyboard, and desktop product lines. Audio PC: In the PC speaker business, the company’s competitors include Bose, Cyber Acoustics, Altec Lansing LLC, and Creative Labs, Inc. In the PC headset business, its major competitors include Plantronics and Altec Lansing LLC. Audio Wearables and Wireless: The company’s competitors for non-PC audio products, such as earphones and wireless speakers, include Skullcandy, Beats Electronics, Bose, Sennheiser, and Jawbone. Video: The company’s primary competitor for PC Webcams is Microsoft Corporation. Its primary competitors for digital video security systems include Swann Communications, Revo America, Samsung, Lorex, and D-Link. PC Gaming: Competitors for the company’s PC Gaming peripheral products include Razer USA Ltd., SteelSeries, A4TECH, Turtle Beach, and Mad Catz Interactive. Remotes: The company’s primary competitors for remotes include Philips; Universal Remote Control, Inc.; General Electric; RCA; and Sony Corporation. History Logitech International S.A. was founded in Switzerland in 1981.
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