The range of innovative products coming out of Datel never fails to amaze us, and their latest one utilises the PS2's EyeToy camera as a full internet video messaging service called Junk TV.


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Junk TV allows you to record video clips up to a minute in length using your EyeToy camera, and then send them over the internet to friends who also own a copy of Junk TV. As a novel twist to the service Datel are running a Max TV server which can store videos giving you a reality TV style channel, where you can simply watch through endless zany video clips which other users have recorded.

The service requires the use of the PlayStation 2 broadband adapter to send and receive messages, which stream from Datel's server straight to your console, giving you a choice of clips which would put even some of the worst satellite tv channels to shame, such as people ranting, singing totally out of tune karaoke songs, and generally making a fool of themselves. Somehow we think this could prove surprisingly popular.


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Junk TV should be available in the shops in time for Christmas, priced at 14.99, and further details can be found on the official codejunkies.com website.

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