• HTC Fetch announced with official images

    By Jon , August 28, 2013 - Leave a comment

    We have spoken about the HTC Fetch before here at Clove, but now HTC have made it official on their website with an official render of the accessory and full details of what it does.

    Here is our website description for the product:

    If you are often losing your phone or leaving it behind, the HTC Fetch is your solution.

    With the press the button and HTC Fetch activates your devices ringtone, providing it is within 15 metres.

    Compact and sleek in design, the black colour HTC Fetch unit measures less than 3cm x 3cm and is less than 1cm thick.

    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.

    Simple to setup and use, the HTC Fetch can be used to secure your phone and belongings and even remotely activate the camera shutter on your mobile device.

    The Fetch itself is small and compact and has a 6 month battery life thanks to a removable CR2032 battery.

    The HTC Fetch App is required on the smartphone to work.

    The Fetch will not be for everyone, but is can be a handy little accessory and when we say little, just take a look at the following image, that we have created, to scale to show how it compares in size to the HTC One.


    The final price and availability is to be confirmed, but we are accepting pre-orders of what we expect to be an accurate price of £29.99 including VAT.

    For more information and to pre-order, please click HERE.


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