Tuesday , June 12 2018

HTC now has official U11 accessories for sale in Australia

HTC’s official accessory store has today started listing accessories for the U11, but don’t get too excited because there’s not a lot to pick from.

The accessories are available through HTC Australia’s partner website HTCaccessories.com.au, a collaboration between JMB Distribution and HTC Corporation Australia.

On offer are some actual U11 accessories such as the HTC U11 Leather Flip Case (Dark Grey) which is available for $49, and you can purchase a spare HTC Rapid AC Charger though without a USB-C cable for $49. The USB-C cable will cost you an additional $29.95. For the audio aficionados you can also get replacement headphones with the HTC Hi-Res Adaptive Sound 2.0 Headset available for $49.

HTC Accessories has listed a bunch of incidental accessories, that aren’t actually U11 accessories such as a universal car cradle, dual Port Power Bank & Car Charger and even the Mi Band 2 on the site, so you can purchase those if you’re into that sort of thing.

HTC Accessories ship Australia wide (and also to New Zealand), with parcels under 2Kg costing $8.40, while parcels over 2Kg cost $14. Auspost does the honours for shipping with a fully tracked parcel taking around 2-4 days to reach you.

Jason was pretty happy with the U11 in his review, so if you’re rocking a U11 as well and want something to use with it then this could be a good place to start.

Source: HTC U11 Accessories.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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How about the usb-c to headphone jack dongle?

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