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HTC One accessories includes OtterBox cases

We can argue all day about how much the newly announced HTC One looks a lot like the iPhone 5 and the BlackBerry Z10, but the overall design and specs are very different. On paper the new features make those phones look like they are already past their sell by date, but we all now that it’s all about the complete package, which we will no doubt learn more about once those reviews start to come in.

HTC knows that in order to release a handset successfully they also need to offer their potential customers a number of accessories to go with a new handset, and the HTC One is no exemption. Engadget was on hand at the event earlier today and learned that the HTC One accessories included several cases and a stand as well.

Okay, so it would have been nice to see a wireless charger for the HTC One like the one currently available for the Nexus 4, but what will soon be available to purchase for the new HTC flagship smartphone is more than enough for now.

Along with two cases, a stand and an upcoming Battery Bar to help increase battery performance there are also 3 new HTC One OtterBox cases. These are the HTC One Defender Series with Realtree case, HTC One Defender Series case and finally the HTC One Commuter Series case. Prices for these are $59.95, $49.95 and $34.95 respectively.

The first is a case that is ideal for the hunter because it has the camouflage look, while the other two have more of an understated look. Details on all three of these can be found on the OtterBox website.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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