UK PC prices balloon 42 per cent thanks to Brexit and components shortages

Doug Woodburn
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UK PC prices balloon 42 per cent
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UK PC prices balloon 42 per cent

Average selling price through distribution hit £475 in early Q2, a up from £335 a year previously, well above average rise seen across western Europe, according to Context

UK PC prices have shot up by over 40 per cent in the last year due to the weakening pound, component shortages and a shift towards higher-value products. The average selling price for PCs among UK distributors...

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