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Chameleon Launches New Kickstarter, Hopefully This One Works Out

Chameleon, the home replacement solution for tablets that was all the rage back in mid-May, has relaunched today through Kickstarter after running into a funding situation the first time around. According to its creators, one of their team members, who had initially setup the Amazon funding solution through Kickstarter, left the team which caused them to have to close the original project. Since the backing and funding process through Kickstarter involves credit card information, setting up a new project and simply transferring everyone’s backing amount was not an option. Hopefully that made sense.

What you need to know, is that this new Kickstarter page is live and you can head on over and back it today if you’d like. They still expect to have it ready for backers by the end of August.

Via:  Kickstarter

Cheers Brian!

  • NYAvsFan

    I backed it. Looks nice and I wouldn’t mind seeing it on my TF101. I’ve wasted $10 on worse things. That;s not even 2 decent beers where I live.

  • JulianZHuang

    meh…. another home replacement.

  • no$fromme

    Hmm… Invest time and resources > develop good product > potential profit. This sounds like it takes all of the risk out of the developer and puts it on the consumer.

    • Sven Enterlein

      Maybe I am naive but why does it put the risk on the consumer? If it doesn’t get funded I don’t pay. If I pay $5 for it now and can help the dev that’s great. It might be that I paid more than it will cost in the Play store but I support the idea. Minimal risk for me in my opinion.

  • Backed again too, I’m looking forward to seeing this project come to fruition.

  • Sven Enterlein

    Backed it again.

  • trevor

    great, now all the miserable xoom owners (worst tablet of all time, excluding crap Acer ones) can run something decent.

    • David

      Im going to go out on a limb and guess you’re running stock right? Because the xoom is a dev tablet, hence it’s unlocked bootloader from the moment you open the box. Look into unlocking, rooting and roming the xoom. Since it’s practically a nexus device in all but name, it has alot of option’s to improve performance. You can oc the processor to like 1.6ghz, which isn’t bad at all for a tablet as old as it is. The xoom is fine.

  • Scott Willenborg

    Wow!! that doesn’t sound shady in the least! Here’s some more money!!

    Just kiddin’ folks, they seem like a team that could use some backing for development whether I would use their product or not.

    • michael interbartolo

      nothing was charged the first kickstarter so I have no qualms about backing this project again.