With the Art Pad, all you need is a beret

Edit photos on a mouse pad

We feel as though you've gotten to know us pretty well here at Crave, so we'll let you in on a dirty little secret: We never learned Photoshop. Yes, it's true. But we've stumbled across something that may help us mess around with images in a way that even our tiny Luddite brain can handle.

Coolicam's "iCam Art Pad," Gearlog says, "turns your digital photos into art"--though, in our case, that may be a loose interpretation. Even if you're no Rembrandt, the Art Pad's clever design may well be worth the $32 investment. Once connected to the USB port in your computer, the photos appear on the pad, where you can edit them, tweak colors and even fix red-eye using an accompanying mouse and stylus with the provided software.

Once we "adjust" our mugshot to look like George Clooney, we'll even send you a copy.

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