Logitech reportedly in talks to acquire Plantronics

The Swiss PC embellishments creator could purchase the California headset and Bluetooth earpiece producer, a report says.


Swiss PC embellishments creator Logitech may have its sights set on California headset and Bluetooth earpiece producer Plantronics.

Reuters detailed Friday that Logitech is in talks to procure Plantronics, refering to anonymous sources acquainted with the issue.

Logitech didn’t quickly react to a demand for input. Plantronics, which got its begin in the mid 1960s making lightweight headsets for pilots, declined to remark.

Logitech has been purchasing up littler organizations as a component of a push to grow its portfolio. In July, it declared it would get Blue Microphones for generally $117 million in real money. A year sooner it purchased headset producer Astro Gaming for $85 million in real money.

Be that as it may, Plantronics would be Logitech’s biggest purchase. Logitech has offered more than $2.2 billion for Plantronics, Reuters stated, refering to one of its sources.

Reuters announced not long ago that Plantronics was thinking about putting itself available to be purchased. It shut its own $2 billion procurement of video-conferencing gear creator Polycom in July, Reuters said.

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