George Grey, the whizzkid founder of ailing notebook manufacturer Tadpole Technology, has returned to the fray after resigning from Tadpole last year.
This time around he is developing an ?advanced handheld computer?, which he described as a cross between an organiser and a notebook PC. Grey aims to market the device in the autumn. But first he needs to raise #250,000 to #500,000. He has already injected #150,000 of his own money into his new company, Geofox.
In an interview with 'Electronics Times', Grey said he would use the lessons learnt from his time at Tadpole.
Tadpole nearly went bust, after a disastrous move into Intel-based notebooks. Since then the Cambridge, UK based vendor has retreated into its core business, designing and building notebooks, based on Sun Sparc chip technology.
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