Sales of personal computers are sinking around the world as more people turn to tablets for their large-screen digital needs.

But according to new numbers, sales of PCs in Canada slipped the most in the world.

IDC market research released its 2012 report on computer sales in Canada, and it doesn’t look good for most PC makers.

According to their numbers, PC sales fell 13.8 percent. That compares to the worldwide average of -7.8 per cent.

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