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The United Kingdom have been abuzz with their political dilemma since the last year, when they voted to exit from the European Union. While the people may benefit from it(I am not a politics expert), it looks like the prices of commodities are increasing.

Now, Neowin reports that Microsoft has quietly increased the price of all it’s Surface Book devices in the UK. The Surface Book’s price has been increased by a hefty £150 for all models. Microsoft cites that decrease of the UK currency is the reason why the prices have been raised. Also the price of Enterprise Software has also taken a rise.

While new Surface Models are expected to soon show up and the price cuts on the current models reflect that, UK remains an exception due their economic crisis. Political matters should be left alone on a tech centred site like this, but Brexit is the reason for this price hike.

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