ColorWare will Pimp-out your Nexus One

ColorWare will Pimp-out your Nexus One
There's no denying it...the Google Nexus One by HTC is one of the hottest Android phones out there right now. But is the color making you feel a bit bland? If so, then ColorWare has a solution for you, where you can completely customize and pimp-out your Nexus One with virtually any color combination you can think of. There are four areas of the phone that can be customized - the frame, back, bottom, and camera, including 20 solid colors, 20 metallic colors, and 4 pearl colors. So how much is this going to cost? If you have them customize a brand new Nexus One, it will set you back $800, or you can send in your own Nexus One and have them do it for $175, though expect it to take about 3 weeks. For those of you looking for a more personal touch, they will even color-match to custom Pantone PMS numbers for an extra $250, including a sample being sent out for approval. Even if you aren't interesting in having this done, it's still fun using their design studio to make interesting color combinations.


source: ColorWarePC via AndroidSPIN







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3 Comments

1. jrcrow79

Posts: 477; Member since: May 02, 2008

lame..just lame...a brand new Nexus One, it will set you back $800 or you can send in your own Nexus One and have them do it for $175, though expect it to take about 3 weeks...garbage For those of you looking for a more personal touch, they will even color-match to custom Pantone PMS numbers for an extra $250..seriousely!!! it's still fun...blah blah cha-ching goes yer wallet!!

2. *HOVA*

Posts: 564; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

Is this the first you've ever heard of Colorware? It's like that for everything...

3. testman22

Posts: 339; Member since: Nov 03, 2009

i'll save the 200 bucks and just buy a 2nd phone

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