We are seeing computer hardware prices increasing as a result of the weak Australian dollar. Increases are ranging from between 10% and 20%. To protect our customers we have agreed to absorb the price increase for any orders placed up to the end of this month. This allows people talking with our sales team to complete negotiations before new prices apply.
We are accepting orders for up to two months in advance for people who want to lock in the current hardware prices.
Small business owners looking at buying computer hardware ought to be wary of any sales person saying there will not be a price rise. While there may be a few suppliers legitimately able to absorb this, others would have been selling with an excellent margin or they have a creative way of saving the cost of the Aussie dollar driven price rise which they cannot avoid.