Logitech has started to tail off, along with the PC market. It’s no secret that as PC sales start to decline PC accessory sales too go down the drain. But Logitech has managed to turn it around: this last quarter was its strongest since 2007. The secret? Logitech has pivoted away from the PC industry and towards mobile and tablets. Logitech has begun to produce to produce many more accessories for mobiles and tablets, and since it introduced its first line of iPad accessories in June 2011 under the name ZAGG its profits have risen from $8 million to $77 million. It’s a shrewd move for a company that’s been forced into different markets, one that doesn’t bode well for PC producers at all.