Today on Wireless Minute, brought to you by Memory Protection Devices, the Bluewire Bluetooth 4.0 headset designed to record up to 1,000 hours’ worth of calls. The device can record both sides of a user’s conversation, is wireless charging-enabled, and includes a built-in flashlight and “find my phone” feature. The headset packs 16 GB onboard storage, as well as services like Skype from smartphones, tablets, and Bluetooth-equipped computers.
Once a call has been recorded, users can tap the accessory on the back of an NFC-enabled smartphone to transfer over the most recent recording. The audio can be played over Bluetooth on the connected smartphone’s Bluewire app, without physically transferring the files. Providing the accessory is paired and in range, it will still automatically record conversations, even if you’re using a different headset or car’s hands-free system.
The device also offers a burglar alarm mode, activated via the companion app. When you attach it to a door and switch on the Guard mode, an alarm will be set of if anyone tries to enter. You can help fund the crowdfunded headset on Indiegogo with a minimum pledge of $149.
For more information visit www.memeoryprotectiondevices.com.
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