Sydney-based hardware distributor, Natcomp, is bringing its own Vivo brand of products into Australia.
The Vivo range includes LCD monitors and a mini PC to compete with Asus' Eee PC and HP's 2133 Mini-Note due for launch next month.
Natcomp managing director, Fabio Grassia, said the distributor had ceased to carry products from rival vendors.
"After 18 years of operation the time had come to develop our own in-house products," Grassia said. "From now on our entire range will be the Vivo range."
Grassia said Natcomp would not be looking for other distributors of the Vivo range.
"There's no room in the market and the margins are too low to make it worth while to bring another distributor on-board," he said.
The Vivo range comes from Natcomp's recently established China branch. Grassia said the branch formed a core part of its global expansion plans. It is also looking to develop a European presence.
"The whole point of the office in China is to give us the presence to tap into the Asian and European markets," he said.