Kmart at least is doing a deal where you buy uDraw with one of the extra uDraw games ($30) and you get a $30 towards a future game purchase. That's essentially giving a free game for buying the uDraw...if you don't mind Kmart :).
Probably you can find it cheaper, but I am SO HIGH on this product after getting ours delivered today that I think it's worth the extra few bucks to get it wherever you find it. Kmart's deal sounds great, though. But buy it and also get Pictionary. The "studio" software that comes with it is actually great fun, but it's more for drawing by yourself. I'll be using it a LOT and I think there will be some fights over winter about who's hogging the thing. But Pictionary is the real deal. This is why you buy it! If it were ONLY this device and Pictionary and they never created anything else, it would be awesome. But think of all the things they could do! You could have Jeopardy game where you get to write your final answer. You could do a Disney game where you get to draw characters in famous scenes. Or just "learn to draw" software and you see where you make your mistakes. Or you can take what you've drawn and then save it as a file and send it to Zazzle and get artwork made. I really think that it's going to be something that we use for a long, long time, and not another Balance Board!
edward, since you have one in hand, can you tell what resolution the exported artwork on the sd card comes out as? I see that the thing allows you to zoom, so I would assume that it would do better than screen res... I can't find anything on any web sites that say what the output resolution is... ideally, it would be high enough to let you print at least 8x10 hi-res photos... does it give you pixel dimensions anywhere in the manual? or can you export a photo and see what they show up as on a computer? I'm curious as to whether they'll stay just 1920x1080 to match hd tv specs or if they'll be more like that ratio, but @ 300dpi or something. please post anything you can... thanks.
TRU has a great deal right now if you are planning on getting the 2 games. You buy UDRAW for 69.99 and then you get to buy the 2 games for 10.00 each! This saved me 40.00 because I was going to buy Pictionary and the other game also!