Despite the steady decline of whitebox in the local PC market, WA-based computer parts e-tailer, Nintek, is putting the final touches to its own range.
Although not keen to divulge too much information, Nintek director, Brendan Tully, confirmed the PCs would be sold under the NinPC brand with some configurations available before the end of the year.
In keeping with the home builder culture of many Nintek shoppers, the PCs won't come in just one configuration.
"They will be customisable to a degree, similar to what Dell and companies like that do," he said. "We just need to keep some control over what we're selling."
The PC range comes amid a host of changes at the business. Just over a month ago, Tully and fellow director, Matt Stone, appointed Jonathon Schilling to the role of CEO.
"We've brought Jonathon on board to look after the business in the commercial sense," Tully said. "Quite often the people who start a business aren't the best people to be running it on a day-to-day basis."
Nintek is on the hunt for a retail channel manager in response to rapid growth this year.
"The person will be looking at the wholesale process and will eventually have some people under them to cultivate vertical markets," Tully said.