Firstly, let me start off by saying that the desktop and laptops that Tiny.COM offer on their website look excellent value for money. Fair play to them for being innotavive (dodgy spelling) to bring their prices down.
Their laptops. These look excellent, although personally I have never bought one. You get a lot higher specification for your money compared to Mesh/Evesham/Dell. For example,
>Intel 3.0GHz Pentium 4 HT
>1024MB DDR RAM (PC2700 from tech specs)
> Windows XP Media Centre Edition
>ATi Mobility Radeon 9700 Pro 128MB Graphics
and that is just £1199!.
Their desktops look great vlue too, there is only a couple of things I notice about them. They use FIC motherboards (I have never heard of this brand, anyone else?) and often MicroATX motherboards in their systems. This reduces expandability and if it is a cheap MicroATX board it may fail. Some of their systems ( a good proportion now) have full ATX motherboards (again for FIC or MSI (MicroStar International)it would seem).
Another thing I have noticed that is they use PC2700 RAM in most of their pcs. That means that their is a potential bottleneck for some users who buy high spec pcs with 1GB RAM but is only has PC2700RAM. Most users would not notice this though, so whether this should matter is debatable.
They used to use 250w power supplies in their desktop systems according to the "tech specs" section for each product, but this has now been upped to 300w, although there is no brand given for the power supply, phoning Tiny.COM may reveal more.
They also charge £1 a minute for tech support (customer service is national rate).
I hope that helps