Configuring the app on your smartphone is easy and can be customized to display, say, your favorite channels. You can still answer calls while channel-surfing.
Griffin Technology’s Crayola ColorStudio HD isn’t the first coloring book for iPad, but it has a few things going for it: The pages are animated; and you get a number of crayons, brushes and markers, and a familiar felt-tip pen to use on the tablet.
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Griffin's $80 price tag and generally well-designed accessory are good enough to merit our strong general recommendation
Griffin’s iMarker stylus is different from other capacitive pen-like accessories, because it’s powered (by a single AA battery) and because the free ColorStudio HD app can differentiate between finger-touches and the stylus tip. It sounds technically complex, but like all good iPad-related products, in practice it “just works” — even for small kids.
It goes so far beyond traditional coloring books that it's easy to imagine that children at some point will never totally understand the appeal of plain paper coloring.
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“Overall, it’s a really smart approach to getting started in drawing and using the iPad in a really unique way.”
“…as far as Nano watch bands go, this looks to be the slickest one yet.”
“Even in a slow year for major new Apple in-car accessories, Griffin delivered something new and smart. iTrip DualConnect stood out for two reasons: it’s an affordable car charger and audio-out kit for any iPod or iPhone user, plus, it’s the no-brainer choice if you’re traveling and not sure what sort of stereo your rental car will have. DualConnect lets you go with aux-out if that’s an option, or FM transmission for any old radio, and sounds really good either way.”