You may see this around RKUK Media, this means that whatever its covering has been quality assured!
eg. “Selection 70★ …”
As you can see there is a star, this means that “Selection 70” will be in high quality!
This service will vanish once all Selection DVDs have been uploaded and then re-patched!
“Re-patched Selection DVDs”
You may or may not know that, Selection DVDs were originally 10MB Windows Media files that you could watch in a small player on RKUK Online, the same files are been added to the Selections service, RKUK since Selection 66 abolished that service and started adding more HQ videos, this is what re-patched means, replacing the old low quality videos with better ones!
RKUK offer music video for free on RKUK Media taken from the RKUK Selection DVDs® system. All music videos are licensed to be played on RKUK Media by the respective owners, i.e the record contract dealer, the artist themselves, or prior record agreement.
RKUK must stress this service has no illegal value and that RKUK respect the value applied from copyright, and if this service is abused under thus circumstance, the service will discontinue.
Selection DVDs® 1-40 tracks are taken from the RKUK Selection DVD® tracklist, however the video itself may be different.
Selection DVDs® 41 – present are completely online, and will have no change.
The quality of the videos also varies in record deal contract, RKUK Media do not offer HD videos on any Selection DVDs®. Resolution varies from 320×240 – 640×480 respectively. Most Selection DVDs® are 16:9 (resolutions from 480×270), however some are of the 4:3 resolution and will leave a sideward gap. Earlier Selection DVDs® may have new versions uploaded on certain tracks to fix this! Latest Selection DVDs® after a recent deal may now be up to high definition 1280×720.
By using RKUK Selection DVDs® on RKUK Media you agree to when viewing any of our selection of music videos that you will not publicly show any content and that you will obey the copyright policy. In other words, don’t publicly show the our content, the content is for private viewing only!
Sagem have been branded rather basic handsets over the last few years but with the new Sagem myV-65 (Vodafone version of the myX-6) that could soon change. The myV-65 offers everything you could ever want in a phone, its got a high quality VGA camera with 4x zoom, Java Games including two full games out of the box, plus the ability to download more on Vodafone Live! It also allows you to record 30 seconds high quality (.amr) audio using a built in microphone and the ability to use that as your ringtone, a nice exclusive feature to the Sagem. One pro feature in the myV-65 is built in Infrared technology, or IrDA as its known on the handset, this is great for sending and receiving files between two handsets rather than paying the charges you do by sending by MMS, which is another feature of the handset. It’s not an ugly device either, a nice light blue outter shell, and the backlighting really compliments the actually very easy to use controls. The camera has an open/close door to keep the lens clean. To add to that they’re changeable covers for it, so you can personalize your look and feel of the device to make it truly your own.
Has everything you could ever want in a mobile phone, plus a highly reasonable price to fit. This is definitely gonna be one popular device. Has advanced features such as MMS and IrDA, oh and Java Games with MIDP 2.0 to add big compatibility.
Whilst having changeable covers, the ones we’ve tested have been not that enjoyable and come with terrible rubber keys.
A very reasonable full featured device thats gonna be one of the best phones of 2003. I struggle to find anything wrong with this phone, only if you don’t like the look of it would you not be impressed.
£60 (2003 Vodafone and Currys Price)
Rating : – I struggle to find literally anything to down this phone, its perfect and cheap, eat that Nokia!