Sydney-based hardware distributor, Natcomp, has cut ties with its two core LCD monitor brands in favour of Chinese-based vendor, Great Wall.
Managing director, Fabio Grassia, said it was looking for another brand of monitors that was not well established in the local market. The distributor previously carried Proview and Reegen.
Natcomp will stock the 17-inch, 19-inch and 32-inch LCD models, which are aimed at the SOHO market. Grassia said he was searching for more PC assemblers and dealers to take on the range.
He was also interested in extending its distribution agreement to include Great Wall's notebooks and desktop products.
"We would like to take the notebooks out to the retail channel. It's probably a bit crowded but another brand won't hurt," he said. In other news, the company has revamped its website to give dealers access to pricing, credit applications and return authorisations.
"The updated website has made it much easier for our partners to deal with us and give them access to weekly pricing specials," Grassia said.