The lullabies feature crisp, sharp images that flow with the music.
The cost for all this learning is more in line with a grown-up tablet than the competition's. The Vinci starts at $389, with a $479 version that offers double the battery life and comes pre-loaded with more content.
Crayola ColorStudio HD $29.99
If you do decide to share your iPad with your kids, here's an app that's perfect for some family creativity time:
The thought of letting your kids draw on your tablet? No way! But with Crayola ColorStudio they can because they're using a virtual stylus. So this may be the one time you can let them use your tablet and not worry.
The free app puts over 100 Crayola crayon colors literally at your fingertips, with tools like markers, pencils and paintbrushes. Works with the Crayola iMarker to make virtual coloring book masterpieces. There are new pictures available through app store updates. Proud parents can either print their kids' artwork or save and post it on Facebook.
Who needs a fridge door anymore?
Coming soon, the Crayola Paint and Create app, which is more like finger-painting, along with puzzles, mazes dot-to-dot and color by number.