The uDraw GameTablet is a sturdy piece of kit, and the bundled software is a good starting point, but by now, most people will be asking the same question: But what next? Happily, support for the device does seem to be coming, with Spongebob Squigglepants coming soon, and uDraw Pictionary already available.
At a price somewhere between £40 and £50, the uDraw GameTablet represents great value for money, especially if you have a young family, as most children will love playing with the device. With the ability to save designs to an SD card, you could be designing birthday cards, christmas cards, or whatever you like in no time at all. Aimed at the younger market, this is a fantastic way of getting the kids away from Mum or Dad’s iPad, and onto something more child friendly and creative. Aimed at the adult market, you’ve got digital Pictionary. What more could you ask?