The accessory market is huge and especially when it comes to official accessories such as the HTC Battery Bar which offers 6,000 mAh worth of emergency charging however add to that the latest accessories and you have a great lineup of things you gotta have.
First up is the new HTC Boombase, which as per the name, is a device which takes Boomsound and makes it a whole lot better. Measuring 64 x 64 x 64mm and shaped as a cube the Boombase provides low-frequency sound to complement the audio coming from your phone. Now add to that the fact that it’s a Bluetooth speaker with an internal 1200 mAH battery that pairs via Bluetooth or NFC, and works within 10 metres of your phone you have yourself a must have accessory if you love music.
Next up is the HTC Fetch:
If you’re tired of losing your phone or leaving it behind, the HTC Fetch is your solution. Just press the button and the sleek, compact keychain device activates your phone’s ringtone within 15 meters. Pair it with your phone and you’ll get a warning beep if you leave it behind. If you lose both, a convenient map location feature lets you know where your HTC Fetch and phone were last together.
Another neat feature of the HTC Fetch is that it can act as a remote camera shutter for those moments when you want to capture a group shot and the timer simply doesn’t do it.
And finally is a device which we have seen being paired with the HTC One in the past that’s now going it alone as a product, the HTC Mini+.
Multi-tasking solutions for everyone: take calls while using your phone to surf online, watch videos or play games. Instant notifications of texts, events, and emails ensure you won’t miss a thing. Hands-free remote camera control lets you take pictures from your phone at a distance. It even doubles as a TV remote control, and pairs with select HTC devices to operate multimedia streaming through your HTC Media Link HD. Built-in laser pointer and slideshow remote control capability give your presentations a professional polish. Use your HTC smartphone like never before with the HTC Mini+.
I’m not sure what else I can add to the above official text except for the fact that it’s WAY over priced. Though the other two accessories I can see a great use for, the HTC Mini+ is the one that I can’t and like the dragons say, “I’m Out”.