A clockwork wind-up

First there was the clockwork radio, now there is the clockwork computer. No, it’s not a wind-up. Trevor Baylis, the inventor of the aforesaid award-winning wireless, is planning his latest venture.

Baylis, who founded BayGen, has been discussing his brainwave with Apple Computer. “We may or may not be working with Apple, we’ll form a hybrid company with a manufacturer and license the technology,” he explains.

So far Baylis reckons 100 seconds of winding time equals six hours of computer time. But, who wants to sit in front of their computer for six hours at a go?

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