Griffin and Crayola Show Off full Line of Accessories and Apps at CES
Crayola tablet and smartphone accessories for kiddies
Griffin and Crayola have unveiled a full line of cool accessories that kids will really like for tablets and more. The new products are very colorful and the range covers things for the iPad and the touchscreen devices to audio accessories. Crayola myPhone Earbuds come in all sorts of bright colors and look like a Crayon in the ear for $14.99 a set.
The Crayola MyPhones headphones are over the ear style for $24.99. Crayola also has new iOSapps that have digital color pages and allow the kids to color photos that they have taken on the device. The app also allows the kids to put accessories on the person in the photo.
Crayola has an interesting Color Clickers iPhone case that has bands of color that snap on to create a custom case. The Crayon Classic case makes the iPod touch look like the body of a Crayon. Kids that have their own tech gear will like these accessories.
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