He Must be a good salesman if you are thinking of buying it.It's no good without the XP Disc.If it has a COA sticker on the side with the Keycode on it and it is running the same XP program.£20 at the most.Tiny Computers went into liquidation a few years back.Free would be a better price.
Well it does have the COA on the side, I gave my XP disc to friend ! Old lady died, her partner just asked if I was interested that is why I needed to know a fair price. I would need new monitor and XP disc. It works really well but am worried about it being a TINY
Well I have a 6year old Tiny computer.It was my first computer and it is still working fairly well.So I cannot complain.So it is coming from a reputable source and not likely to have a pirate copy of windows on it.You probably will not need the XP disc if it is running Ok at the moment, but if you have to reformat it at any time you may need to buy a new version of XP.To be honest I would be lucky to get £50 for mine and it is all working okay.But as it is in a good cause and if you are feeling generous £40 or £50 would be a good price.