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10 Exciting Official HTC 10 Accessories

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HTC Fetch

HTC Fetch

The HTC Fetch isn't new for the HTC 10, but it's an amazing little accessory for those who have tried it. If you're like me and constantly lose your phone, the HTC Fetch will be your best friend.

Attach it to your keychain or purse, then just press the button and the 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.

Owners will get an audio beep if they leave their phone behind, so you won't lose or forget it at a bar, and when it's lost it cranks up the volume to help owners find their lost device. It's a nice little accessory that debuted for $29.99, but can be found for under $10 these days.

Buy it Now on Amazon for $7.67

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Bill Rice

    04/27/2016 at 11:56 am

    Why cant HTC release a Car Dock like they did for m7,m8 for this phone I spend a lot of time in my vehicle and need that charging cradle for my phone! I hate stupid universal docks, extra step involved if you want it charging. should be just plug and play.

    • Richard

      07/24/2016 at 4:58 pm

      I totally agree. The M8 cradle was very good indeed – I tried to adapt it but it was beyond my skill level!

  2. Dan Hurley

    05/15/2016 at 8:52 am

    If you want your Battery to stay factory fresh and last a very very long time. ONLY use the USB to charge it. Never plug in a fast charger.
    The USB uses 3+ volts and the Plug in uses over twice that for a fast charge at the expense of the battery’s life. You will notice that the battery does not heat up with the USB charger and the plug in one will cook the battery to a noticeable amount. That is killing the battery.

    • David Dows

      02/11/2017 at 11:01 pm

      Dan is confusing voltage with amperage. A USB port is always rated at 5V but most chargers use a lower voltage ~4V. It’s the amperage that gets cranked up to 2.4 or 3.0 by Quick Charge v2.0 or v3.0.

      It’s true that charging more quickly at a higher amperage will shorten the life of most batteries of all types. However, it appears that Qualcomm has designed intelligent circuitry into the Quick Charge specs to prevent that. I have not noticed any difference in the temperature of the battery or case when comparing the Quick Charge 3.0 with an older 1A charger.

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