Griffin shows off Crayola Color Studio HD for iPad - TiPb at CES 2011

Take old world fun like drawing with crayons or magic markers and update it with the latest in high tech so it runs on the iPad and what do you get? All shades of awesome.

Grab an iMarker, launch the companion app, choose a active coloring landscape, and get your crayon on.

We checked it out live at CES 2011 so watch the video up top and let us know how busy this would keep your kids!

Griffin shows off Crayola Color Studio HD for iPad - TiPb at CES 2011

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Griffin shows off Crayola Color Studio HD for iPad - TiPb at CES 2011

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I would like to know if you can free draw a picture on a blank page or add new coloring pages? It looks great & I would buy it when I get an iPad. I could see both of my kids (4 & 10) using this pen and app.

I definitely had a toy like this when I was a kid. It was a really primitive tablet that was hooked up in the tv and let me color, and I loved it! I also had some program by Crayola for the computer that was similar.