Bluewire: Bluetooth headset that lets you wirelessly record phone conversations

Bluewire automatically records phone calls, even if you are using a different headset.

Published Date
30 - Jan - 2015
| Last Updated
30 - Jan - 2015
Bluewire: Bluetooth headset that lets you wirelessly record phone...

Bluewire is a Bluetooth 4.0 headset that can record up to 1,000 hours worth of phone calls. The headset is wireless charging enabled and comes with a built in flashlight, “find my phone” feature and can record both sides of a user’s conversation.

The Bluetooth Headset is loaded with 16 GB onboard storage, which can be used to store call recordings from your smartphone, as well as from VOIP services like Skype on Bluetooth equipped computers, smartphones and tablets. Once recorded, users can tap the accessory on the back of an NFC-enabled smartphone to transfer over the most recent recording.

Users can also listen to the audio recording via the Bluewire app for iOS and Android, without actually transferring the files. The accessory has to be paired within 10m to automatically record conversations, even if the user has a different headset or even a car's hands-free system.

The headset comes with a built-in flashlight, and can be used to locate your phone, and visa versa. Users have to simply shake the accessory to set off the connected smartphone’s ringer, or press the in-app “Find Bluewire” button to set off an alarm on the accessory itself. Additionally, the device comes with a burglar alarm mode, activated via the companion app. If you attach it to a door and switch on the Guard mode, an alarm will be set of if anyone tries to enter.

The Bluewire Bluetooth headset has raised $48,700 on crowd funding site Indiegogo with still over a month to go. Priced at $149, the device is expected to ship in July this year.

Source: Indiegogo