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pledged of $50,000pledged of $50,000 goal
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backers
Funding Canceled
Funding for this project was canceled by the project creator on Jun 8 2012

Hardware Stats and an In Depth Interview About Chameleon

Posted by Gabor Vida - Teknision (Creator)

The Lab - Device Hardware Stats

We would like to thank everyone who helped us out in gathering valuable information about the type of devices that you are running. We have collected hardware information from over 1500 devices and have pushed the results onto The Lab. We will be using this data to guide our design and development decisions as we build out and finalize Chameleon.

If you have not had the chance and wish to contribute, the app is still available on The Lab for download and your data will be added to the current results.

See the results >

In Depth Interview About Chameleon

Gabor Vida was interviewed by Untether.TV about Chameleon and Android. Gabor talks about how Chameleon came to be, the phillosophy around the design and purpose of Chameleon, our thoughts on Android, and our use of Kickstarter.

Watch the Interview >

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    1. Acco on

      Canary is further along, and has been patched for that rendering defect. The relevant patch(es) will be included come next dev build, I'd imagine.

      I'm a little surprised at the number of Xooms out there. Makes me sort of sad. :(

      21.0.1160.0 canary

    2. Ross Williams on

      Just upped my pledge from $10 to $25. Good to see my tablet is the most common in the sample set (TF201), pretty amazed to be honest! Great interview too, exciting times...

    3. Eric Licciardello on

      Chrome worked fine for me, stable and canary.

    4. Daniel Murphy on

      Cool, stats a great but the page has loading issues in Chrome. Though it may just be the Dev version (21.0.1155.2 dev-m).

      Impressive to see the number of TF Primes in there and the associated uptake of ICS. So much higher then in the smartphone space.

    5. Eric Licciardello on

      Thanks, completely missed that.

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      Morten Strandbo on

      The link is in the article, for the results.

    7. Eric Licciardello on

      I'd be very interested in the lab results. Any chance you can post them? Just for curiosities sake.