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As the pandemic raged, utilities invested in PCs and tablets in order to enable employees to complete their work remotely and comply with various medical mandates. Now that the pandemic is ebbing, sales of these devices is dropping. PCs sales are forecast to decline 12.8% in 2022 and tablet shipments to fall 6.8%, according to International Data Corp., which projects further sales declines in 2023. 

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