"US computer-maker Dell and the Chinese smartphone company OnePlus are both raising their prices in the UK and saying the move is the result of the nation's vote to leave the EU."
The move is the result of a need to protect margins. It is understandable in one sense, but foreign companies which want their products to remain attractive to UK purchasers need to think hard about their pricing policies in the short term.
Consumers will buy products with the most attractive prices, all other things being equal, and if companies like Dell want to maintain market share they might do well to bear that in mind. Their problem is that margins on tech goods are very tight at the best of times, and a pound that has fallen against the dollar is bad news for American companies exporting to the UK.
The situation will stabilise, but for the time being we'll probably pay more for those goods.