TinyMe is a Unity-based tiny distro using some components of LXDE.
TinyMe is a minimalist distribution of Linux aimed to making your computing experience as bloat-free and lag-free as possible. We do this for those of you who have old computers, like to mess around with small/fast systems, or just want a minimal environment. TinyMe is comparable to distributions like Puppy, AntiX, and DSL.
The project started in November 2006. Development took place between several members of MyPCLinuxOS until KDulcimer took over solo development in April 2007. The first stable version of TinyMe was released in May 2008. Development continued on the MyPCLinuxOS forum with other MyPCLinuxOS projects until September 2007, when the TinyMe project was moved its own subdomain of MyPCLinuxOS. In September 2008, TinyMe moved to its own site hosted off MyPCLinuxOS.
The distribution's Live CD ISO image is 200 MB in size and can be installed into hard drive or USB flash drive.