Crayola debuts blindingly colored kid-tronics

Joshua Topolsky
J. Topolsky|08.21.07

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Crayola debuts blindingly colored kid-tronics

Crayola has recently announced a cluster of new products that have little to do with the company's signature product, namely, crayons. The coloring-wax manufacturer is adding to its line of electronics aimed at the kiddies, with a new batch of intensely-colored gear produced by electronics maker Sakar. The new offerings start with the $49.99 Crayola EZ Grip digital camera, a VGA camera with a 1.3-inch screen; the Crayola Type n Learn, a $29.99 USB keyboard that's color coded to make letters more distinguishable to kids; the EZ Click mouse, a $14.99, two button mouse with scroll-wheel (plus a mini, plastic aquarium in the grip); and the $9.99 EZ Frame mouse pad, which -- as you may have already guessed -- is a mouse pad that doubles as a picture frame. The camera is available now, all the other fun-filled items will be ready "in time for the holidays."
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