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In a plot twist worthy of a Hollywood comeback story, Logitech International announced a sales uptick in its fourth-quarter report, flipping the script after a prolonged sales snooze. The computer peripherals maestro, renowned for its trusty mice and keyboards, revealed a 5% surge in sales, a refreshing breeze in the fiscal landscape amounting to a cool $1.01 billion in revenue.

This reversal of fortune marked Logitech’s first positive quarter since October 2021, signaling an end to its sales slump saga. The Swiss-American sensation had hit a rough patch, stumbling through consecutive quarters post an 80% sales spree during the pandemic era, where consumers flocked to their products for remote work and digital dalliances.

Amidst the celebratory confetti, Logitech’s non-GAAP operating profit stole the spotlight, skyrocketing an eye-popping 93% to a hefty $159 million during the fourth quarter. It’s the kind of financial flourish that makes accountants break out into jazz hands.

But wait, there’s more! Despite a slight dip in annual sales to $4.30 billion for the full year ending in March, Logitech managed to outperform its own projections, surpassing expectations like a seasoned overachiever in a high school drama.

With non-GAAP operating profit flexing its muscles with a 19% rise to $699 million, Logitech is striding confidently into the future. The company has set its sights on a sales rebound, aiming for a modest 0%-2% increase in the U.S. dollars, flirting with a range of $4.3-$4.4 billion over the next 12 months.

Meanwhile, non-GAAP operating income is projected to shimmy between $685 million and $715 million, painting a picture of fiscal fitness that would make even the strictest CFO crack a smile.