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The USB Chameleon is a bizarrely loveable desk buddy. Pop him on your computer screen, plug him into a spare USB port, and watch as he randomly rolls his eyeballs in opposite directions, and sticks his tongue out to catch passing flies. Utterly pointless, endlessly diverting.
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Looks very nice, and is a great little companion for the top of my Mac, however the noise it makes, means that its never plugged in, if it came with software so you could change the length of time, between rotations, or even just go off when i get mail or something would make this a great product.
Although this gadget looks the part, it is very noisy when its moving about! The tongue creates a loud clicking sound and the eyes sound like wheels. It got unplugged very quickly!
Looks quite a nice change to a boring and often plain usb vacuum which although is useful, it doesn't really have that 'chameleon' factor. Funny. Everyone needs something that is designed ONLY for fun!
I seems so real. I'll buy it next month when i'm 12.
With all the benefits of having a real pet, such as the good company, without the drawbacks, such as friendly reminders from wherever they may tread. The incredible colours, and spontaneous movement of eyes and tongue make it a present that will NEVER get boring. Enjoy! (I would first like to point out that i am writing a review for this product, without once making a reference to the song "Karma Chameleon", not an easy task.)
Its funky.....its fabulous.....its sitting on the monitor now! Great desk top addition - pity it is a little noisy but apart from that its fab!
my other half bought me this as i have a real pet chameleon its grt sits on my laptop i recomend this to anybody very realistic
I don't personally have a clue what the item's like - but the person it was sent to thinks it's fantastic. Result.
1st impressions were okay, looks cool, flexible legs and tail allowed easy positioning. But once plugged in, the promised rotating eyes and flicking tongue were accompanied by the most un-lifelike, loud, irritating whirring of cogs and gears. Illusion definitely broken.