Turtle Beach is known for its gaming headsets but will soon add a completely new peripheral gaming computer to its catalog: it buys Roccat, a great supplier of mice, keyboards, keyboards and headsets for $ 19.2
these days, the turtle beach is known for more value than quality, so Roccat is likely to be a valuable, high end brand that the company can take. We do not expect Roccat to see it disappear in the near future.
But now may be a good time to pour one idea of a successful Indian Peripheral brand to go at your discretion. Turtle Beach and Roccat's united forces are just the latest example in the larger peripheral consolidation model, as Logitech giant continues to roll out popular brands and Razer also expands its portfolio. So far, Logitech has absorbed Astro, Blue Microphones, the Elgato, Jaybird, Saitek and Ultimate Ears gaming units. It is reported that Logitech also plans to purchase Plantronics.
Meanwhile, Razer bought THX and the Indian telephone company Nextbit, but basically expanded its lineup by including almost all peripherals that might be needed by gamers. Mad Catz once tried something like that by buying Saitek and Tritton, but financial hardship forced him to get rid of both. (Now Mad Catz is returning to business.) Astro can not do it on its own: it was purchased by Skullcandy and later by Mill Road Capital before completing Logitech. Corsair is still independent, but it has sold most shares of EagleTree Capital.