|Defunct||2002 (brand used until 2005)|
|Number of locations||150+ (UK)|
|Parent||OT Computers (1990-2002)
Granville Technology Group (2002-2005)
|Website||www.tiny.com (now defunct)|
The company used the advertising slogan 'Think big about your PC - think Tiny'. During the late 1990s they were a highly successful firm having units throughout the major retail stores of the UK as well as launching in the USA and the Far East, but their profits eventually began to fall and in 2002 they went into administration and were subsequently purchased by rival TIME.
At the end of 2001, the company released a Takami system, the world's first home entertainment PC which came in the shape of a DVD player and ran Windows Media Centre. The device received a lot of criticism due to its noisy fan and long boot-up time.
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