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Launched in 2010 for the Wii, THQ's uDraw tablet is making a push into new audiences with its latest revision, which adds support for the Xbox 360 and PS3. Ideal for those who already have access to the consoles, the uDraw tablet lets kids interact with games via its stylus and touch screen. Featuring motion controls, touch input, HD output, and over two-hundred points of pressure sensitivity, the uDraw tablet is pretty capable for a device with its price.
Dubbed the "learning app tablet" VTech's InnoTab takes the app approach and tailors it especially for kids with its 5-inch screen. Featuring interactive e-books, learning games, and a variety of other creative apps, the InnoTab is a capable tablet with a price tag most parents won't be afraid of.
Capable of running over a hundred apps, games and interactive books the LeapPad is a versatile learning tablet. Kids can interact with the tablet’s five-inch screen using either their fingers or the device’s stylus. The tablet also features its own camera, allowing kids to take ether video or still shots. LeapFrog also built the tablet to be durable, which any parent can appreciate.