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uDraw tablet comes to Xbox 360 and PS3 with new design, motion controls

The latest iteration of THQ's uDraw tablet promises to bring the device's unique design to new audiences.
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Written by Ricardo Bilton, Contributor on

The uDraw tablet, which launched on the Wii last year, is making its way to the Xbox 360 and PS3 with a new design and a bunch of new features.

Motion controls, touch input, HD output, and over two-hundred points of pressure sensitivity are all making an appearance with the device's second iteration, which has gone from a Wii shade of white to a darker, plausibly more conventional, black.

The tablet comes bundled with uDraw Studio: Instant Artist, software that offers a variety of lessons and activities as well as the ability to upload artwork to the uDraw website. The title joins a number of other uDraw-enabled games, including Pictionary: Ultimate Edition and Marvel Super Hero Squad: Comic Combat. uDraw games range from $30 for Wii versions to $40 for Xbox and PS3.

The uDraw tablet's $80 price tag ($70 for the Wii version) makes the device a pretty compelling buy for parents looking to initiate their kids into the tablet world without breaking the bank in the process. And you have to give developer THQ credit: the device is pretty unique.

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