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- High Definition – Utilizing the full capacity of PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, users can play, draw, print, and share their creations in HD.
- Touch Screen Creativity – From pinch-and-stretch zooming to free-form finger-painting, the uDraw GameTablet responds directly to your touch.
- Built-In Controller Functions – Xbox 360 and PS3 controls are directly integrated into the uDraw, eliminating the need to dock a controller.
- High Definition - Utilizing the full capacity of PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, users can play, draw, print, and share their creations in HD.
- Touch Screen Creativity - From pinch-and-stretch zooming to free-form finger-painting, the uDraw GameTablet responds directly to your touch.
- Built-In Controller Functions - Xbox 360 and PS3 controls are directly integrated into the uDraw, eliminating the need to dock a controller.
- Tilt Functionality - Tilt, shake and jump through games with enhanced tilt and motion features.
- Pressure-Sensitive Stylus - The uDraw stylus offers 256 points of pressure sensitivity, providing amazing freedom to bring your creations to the screen in detail.
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The uDraw GameTablet comes to your Xbox 360 & PS3 video game consoles this fall! The only creative tool of its kind, the uDraw GameTablet offers endlessly imaginative gameplay, new functionality and hands-on fun. uDraw's debut on Xbox 360 & PS3 comes packaged with the all-new version of the uDraw Studio creativity suite. From artists of all ages to art styles that are classic or street-inspired, uDraw GameTablet and uDraw Studio: Instant Artist offer limitless variety and infinite ways to play.
Top customer reviews
Things I really liked:
- It works well after you get the hang of it and it looks like they really had some fun with the variety of things you can do.
- The mini games were actually challenging; they use the motion sensitivity, tilting the tablet, and the stylus itself.
- The paint program has all the tools you need to actually paint a picture(!), pressure sensitivity, different brushes, a gradient color palette, custom color sets you can save and different background surfaces.
- multi-touch for pan and zoom
- Its not really a tablet, not in the standard sense most people are used to. Its a touch pad, you can move it with your finger ( which is kinda nice at times depending on how you use it), and it has an attached button stylus. Its easy to use, you just put the stylus to the surface and draw. The trick is how the button works; when you first press down it clicks the button. After the button clicks the pressure sensitivity kicks in and you can use the drawing styles types (opacity, brush size) by varying how hard you press down. Its disappointing that its not a real tablet, but the core functionality is all there and very usable.
- Two buttons on the udraw aren't used while painting and could be used for common swaps: color A and B, or Paint and eraser or paint tool and eyedropper. It would be great to see an update that added a way to set things to these two unused buttons
The only thing I didn't like:
- The surface responds to being touched, even when the pen is in use. Don't rest your hand on it or the drawing surface moves around responding to the multi-touch of the pen and your palm.
Oh, yeah, it's for art...well it has that covered. It has tons of pictures to color and all kinds of coloring tools. Pictures are grouped into lots of categories. You really need to look around in all the different sections (like Art Camp) to find everything.
The only thing really missing is you can't save the pictures to your PS3. You can have it upload them to a you draw web site and you can get them from there but that's just a pain. Besides that this paint software is a very complete beginners tool! I can't wait to see what my kids do with it!
With the prices the way they are now you should really buy this and Pictionary now while you can!!!
There's an art studio to create whatever you want. Basic templates to help you and even a list of ideas to help get you started. As well as some basic art lessons to go over. There is a coloring book with a decent amount of pictures. A paint-by-numbers section and a few different games.
The major cons are that the tablet can lose it's signal pretty easily and the saving can be annoying since it seems delayed and won't let you do anything until it has finished.
Overall it's good enough. Definitely would be something enjoyable for kids (though if they're wanting to get all the trophies, some of the games can be a bit annoying). If you just want to kill some time digitally coloring, then this one's for you.