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Old June 1st, 2013, 03:00 PM   #351 (permalink)
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same one here that i have. this one is cheaper..

Amazon.com: Charger for HTC One M7: Cell Phones & Accessories
I have had that in my Amazon cart since I before bought this phone. Its a good deal. I didn't end up getting it because the Otterbox commuter is just too hard to keep taking on and off, and the phone needs a case for me more then the desktop charger. Have you tried using that charger with a MHL to HDMI adapter hooked up to it?

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Just as a point of comparison, I have (and love) a Note 2. The bezel is fine and shiney, the front is pristine as the day I bought it, but the back is scratched up quite a bit now and even has what seems to be a permanent imprint about half an inch in length apparently as a result of the way I was pocketing the device.

I recently got a two piece, very light and thin but stiff case.. wish I'd done that right away.

I think the HTC One is already superior in several ways, but in the Samsung plastic regard, quite superior indeed.
If you don't actually care for a case, I'd suggest a new battery cover & one of these body skins:

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 II N7100 Screen Protector (see discount code @ the top of the webpage).

I've got one on my HTC ONE & wish I'd done so w/previous devices. While thin & transparent, it provides an added slip resistance yet is still easy to stow/remove from a shirt/pants pocket.
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Ok...the screen protector on my HTC One M7 installed by the Sprint sales person is scratched. So I am looking to replace it.

So what is the best screen protector for the HTC One M7?
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For $6 I bought FROSTED CLEAR HARD TPU GEL SKIN CASE COVER FOR HTC ONE 2013 M7 PHONE ACCESSORY
From case_ology on ebay.

i could not be happier. The beauty of the One shows through and it protects the camera lens and screen from scratches due to the raised lip in front and material thickness in the back. The on/off switch is raised, yet infrared shines through.
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Got mine today, Gray on Clear, looks pretty good on the silver and definitely fits nicely. I also have one of these:

Amazon.com: Hyperion HTC One TPU Case and Screen Protector (Compatible with Sprint HTC One, T-Mobile HTC One, and AT&T HTC One Phones) Hyperion Retail Packaging (Matte Smoke): Cell Phones & Accessories

I like the Poetic better, the volume rocker covers are easier to feel and the back is more of a plastic as opposed to TPU. Haven't noticed any glueing issues with the rubber siding and the rubber has a better feel/grip in my hand than the other case.

I did notice my bottom mic hole was smaller than the other case and wasn't exactly centered but, my gf said I still sound clear and fine so I will leave it alone.

Good luck, there seems to be a lot of nice cases out there.
Update: Over this past weekend on my Peotic Atmosphere case I noticed a section of the rubber (the colored part) separating from the clear case. It is on the side opposite the volume rockers mid screen. I will be contacting customer support.
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Wonder if my Otterbox will fit in that dock. I read it has something that comes out and certain cases fit. I want one. That's a great price!


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Wonder if my Otterbox will fit in that dock. I read it has something that comes out and certain cases fit. I want one. That's a great price!
If you have the OTTERBOX COMMUTER,you'd need to take off the outer shell,since the case has a door covering the USB Port.Even if you trimmed/removed the door,I still doubt if it'd fit & definitely a no-go w/the OTTERBOX DEFENDER.

It's a snug fit w/this case (with the adapter removed) :

Amazon.com: BoxWave HTC One UniColor Case - Sleek Dual Tone TPU Case for Durable Anti-Slip Protection, Transparent Matte Back with Solid Border - HTC One Cases and Covers (Frosted Black): Cell Phones & Accessories

If you still have questions,perhaps hit-up the OTTERBOX Website,there's a Q&A section @ the bottom of the page:

Commuter Series case for HTC One | OtterBox

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Wonder if my Otterbox will fit in that dock. I read it has something that comes out and certain cases fit. I want one. That's a great price!
Nope it will not fit. I have two of these docks and a thin, clear TPU case and it fits like a charm but anything with some heft to it will not fit.
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Update: Over this past weekend on my Peotic Atmosphere case I noticed a section of the rubber (the colored part) separating from the clear case. It is on the side opposite the volume rockers mid screen. I will be contacting customer support.
Sorry to hear that. I just got my Poetic Atmosphere in the mail on Saturday. Still don't have my One just yet, but hope to have it by the end of the week. From what I've read, at least Poetic's customer service seems to be really good. Good luck (probably for both of us....)!
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Sorry to hear that. I just got my Poetic Atmosphere in the mail on Saturday. Still don't have my One just yet, but hope to have it by the end of the week. From what I've read, at least Poetic's customer service seems to be really good. Good luck (probably for both of us....)!
Excellent customer service from Exact Deal!! They have sent me a replacement, and I don't have to send them back the damaged unit, just some pictures of what failed.
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Hey KOLIO, have you gotten that battery back up case yet?
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Just got an e-mail from them (i-BLASON) about two minutes ago.Shipping out tomorrow.The initial availability date was 5/30/2013,but,that got pushed to 6/6/2013.

Amazon.com: i-Blason PowerGlider For 2013 HTC One (M7) Smart Phone Rechargeable External Battery Glider Full Protection Case - AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-mobile (Black): Electronics

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Thanks man, I'm really interested in it. If that kick stand is sturdy I'm definitely buying it.
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Are there any cases out there that will permit you to show off the beauty of this phone? I have a seidio active case on mine. But when I am not at work I want the ability to switch to a case that the women will admire and so people will ask what type of phone do you have. I cannot lie, the seidio active case comes with a kickstand and I love that feature.
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Are there any cases out there that will permit you to show off the beauty of this phone? I have a seidio active case on mine. But when I am not at work I want the ability to switch to a case that the women will admire and so people will ask what type of phone do you have. I cannot lie, the seidio active case comes with a kickstand and I love that feature.
Check out the Supcase white / clear on amazon. It's completely clear on the back, and has a white bumper. It does show off the phones design well enough. I saw that seidio case..no way man lol
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Check out the Supcase white / clear on amazon. It's completely clear on the back, and has a white bumper. It does show off the phones design well enough. I saw that seidio case..no way man lol
I have the seidio active case and the holster for two reasons. One, because I'm a flyer and I put my HTC One in the right pants leg of my flightsuit. Two, the holster protects the screen because you are always bumping into stuff on my plane like racks and stuff. So I have a major protection plan for my phone with the case and holster.

Thanks, I'll take a look at the Supcase.
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Just got an e-mail from them (i-BLASON) about two minutes ago.Shipping out tomorrow.The initial availability date was 5/30/2013,but,that got pushed to 6/6/2013.

Amazon.com: i-Blason PowerGlider For 2013 HTC One (M7) Smart Phone Rechargeable External Battery Glider Full Protection Case - AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-mobile (Black): Electronics

The above link reflects the newer/later availability date.
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I am tormented with this question. To case, or not to case?
This phone is SO beautiful, I will hate (when the VZ version is released) to put a case on it. Besides, every case I have ever used ends up trapping sand and dust under it, scratching the hell of the phone's body, so it wont protect the pure beauty of the One.
I do have a small child that is sure to get his hands on it and throw it out of a moving car or something, so...
I've never ran into the problems you speak of using a Seidio Active case. Hell, I had a female friend over and things led to the hanky panky. My HTC One was sitting on the nightstand in my hotel room. Next thing I know her arms are going all over the place and she knocks my One onto the carpet. Needless to say, the hanky stopped for a minute to check on my One. Thank goodness I had my Seidio Active case on! Kind of like using protection if you catch my drift. Hope the kids don't read this post.
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I'm typically a big fan of the Seidio Surface Case, but the price is getting to be rediculous when there are some really nice TPU cases out there. Either way, I'm still not decided. Maybe I'll go case-less and get insurance...
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People using cases should be careful as some of the harder ones I believe can itself damage the paint. I know a person who has an iPhone 5 which apparently uses the same method of painting the aluminum black as the One. The case that he bought actually caused the paint to chip because it was metal and fits too tightly.

As for myself, my phone is still flawless. I will give one caveat though. The white bands on the back (I believe it is some sort of plastic) can get dirty and leave a marking because mine is a bit protruded.
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Ok...the screen protector on my HTC One M7 installed by the Sprint sales person is scratched. So I am looking to replace it.

So what is the best screen protector for the HTC One M7?
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Hard to say which one is best,but this one claims to conceal pre-existing scratches:

HTC ONE M7 Screen Protector

Heard lots of praise for these two brands as well:

Skinomi TechSkin - HTC One M7 Screen Protector

HTC One Screen Protector Steinheil - ONE - HTC - Cell Phones | SPIGEN SGP

I'm using the body skin from XTREME GUARD,but,I'm not a big fan of screen protectors & don't use them.

However,the body skin is holding up just fine,FWIW.
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Well,it finally arrived:

PowerGlider External Battery Case for HTC One (M7)

Overall,I am very pleased w/this case.Battery life is essentially doubled.

Build quality is nice,w/a matte finish.
Access to all ports/mics are present & do not interfere w/functionality.

I-BLASON absolutely nailed the volume rocker! Once again as w/most cases,this one enhances the phones volume rocker function,without being too easy to accidentally depress.


The phone fits extremely snug in the case,as does the top cap.

BTW,the case is of two-piece design,w/the top cap removable,not tracked/grooved into the body of the case,as I had previously believed/mentioned in a prior post.

The kickstand is a nice touch & snaps securely into place when not in use.

I had a couple of minor gripes concerning the cosmetics/aesthetics of the case & posted them at AMAZON:

Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: i-Blason PowerGlider For 2013 HTC One (M7) Smart Phone Rechargeable External Battery Glider Full Protection Case - AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-mobile (Black)

Otherwise,I rate this as a good value & recommend it to the power users who may need an extra bit of juice @ the end of the day, especially when other power sources are not an option,or,inconvenient/impractical.
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On a serious note the oil from my fingerprints are driving me insane! I usually purchase the Clear-Touch Anti-glare screen protector that is anti-fingerprint. However, I don't want anti-glare because this phone doesn't need it. The Clear-Touch Crystal clear screen protector does not have the ability to stop fingerprints. So I'm still using the screen protector purchased from Seidio. Anyone got a tip on the best anti-fingerprint screen protector out there?

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People using cases should be careful as some of the harder ones I believe can itself damage the paint. I know a person who has an iPhone 5 which apparently uses the same method of painting the aluminum black as the One. The case that he bought actually caused the paint to chip because it was metal and fits too tightly.

As for myself, my phone is still flawless. I will give one caveat though. The white bands on the back (I believe it is some sort of plastic) can get dirty and leave a marking because mine is a bit protruded.
Seidio Active cases are all made of soft rubber/plastic material. Hence my HTC EVO 4G, HTEC EVO 3D, have remained in immaculate condition.
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I've never ran into the problems you speak of using a Seidio Active case. Hell, I had a female friend over and things led to the hanky panky. My HTC One was sitting on the nightstand in my hotel room. Next thing I know her arms are going all over the place and she knocks my One onto the carpet. Needless to say, the hanky stopped for a minute to check on my One. Thank goodness I had my Seidio Active case on! Kind of like using protection if you catch my drift. Hope the kids don't read this post.
Lol!! You stopped to check your phone!!! You're lucky she didn't shut the whole thing down.
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I've been taking the case off when in large venues or I feel as though she doesn't need the protection.
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Are all the screen protectors for this phone rectangles that only cover the glass, or are there some that extend to the top and bottom of the phone leaving the speakers and such open?
Has anyone had any gripes with the screen protector edges feeling awkward where the end at the edge of the screen? I've never had a phone where the screen isn't the whole face, and I worry about this as a future One owner.
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Are all the screen protectors for this phone rectangles that only cover the glass, or are there some that extend to the top and bottom of the phone leaving the speakers and such open?
I have screen protectors from two different mfgs & both cover the glass only.
Haven't used either one of them,so,as for your concerns regarging the durability,etc... others will have to chime in.
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Default HTC ONE BATTERY CASE by i-BLASON

Just posting a brief* follow-up on this:

PowerGlider External Battery Case for HTC One (M7)

Still providing promised charging rate of approx 80%.

Today was the 1st time I actually ran the phone down to less than 5% before turning the case on.I left the phone powered on & for the most part & let it sit idle just to see how much the case would charge the phone.Charging stopped @ 75%,so,I'd say that's right about on target,taking away a bit for energy loss from power xfer from the case & power consumed during stand-by.

Your results will be even better when having both the phone & case charged to 100%,then run the case power down 1st,eliminating most of the power loss due to re-charging from case-to-phone.

Prior results I experienced w/the MOPHIE case & the GALAXY S3 were virtually identical,so,unless you happen to favor the MOPHIE brand,I'd go w/the I-BLASON model & save yourself $40.

*So much for brevity...........................
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I have two cases now, a Capdase karapace jacket, and a Speck smartflex view. Next is the Spigen clear case.
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Amazon.com: Poetic Atmosphere Case for HTC One M7 Clear/Gray

I'm very happy with this case. It provides a good grip on the phone and it looks great. $12.95 free shipping from Amazon.


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Just got this in today:

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Similar to the one that POETIC had out for a brief time.

Review: HTC One Poetic Borderline bumper case

This one is much sturdier & has no gapping/pull around the edges.

However,as w/the POETIC model,the POWER/I-R Remote button is covered.

This is even easier to alter than the POETIC,as there is a cut-out in the main frame of the case for the button.

Just simply trim away the rubber flap covering the button w/a razor (carefully,I disassembled a disposable razor & used the blade freehand) & you'll be good to go.

If you have a steady hand,you'll be hard-pressed to notice the alteration.
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I just got the Otterbox Defender for myself, and the HTC case/cover that converts into a stand for my wife. The HTC case is surprisingly good for what it is. Mostly she just needed light protection mostly for the corners, since she already dropped it and now has the shiny aluminum showing through the black paint on one corner. Converting to the stand works well, and so far she is happy with it. She was most worried about adding too much bulk, but this worked well, even with the flap.

I got the Defender, mainly because I need a lot more protection, and I have been using a Defender on my Evo3D for years. I have been hugely impressed by their quality, and especially their support. I have to say that so far, I don't think they hit a home run with the Defender for the One. The outer rubber, I have mixed feelings about. It is much harder than the older cases. This may make it less prone to stretching, which I know some people had problems with. It is also much smoother. I don't think it feels as comfortable in my hand, nor as grippy. On the plus side, it is nowhere near the lint magnet that my Evo3D Defender was.

I'm not sure I like the overall design either. I know that having the IR blaster in the power button introduces extra problems when designing a case, but their choice didn't makes sense to me. Because the cutout isn't front and back, it actually makes it a little annoying to hit the power button. Not a huge problem, just a minor annoyance to me. If you have smaller fingers, it may not bother you at all.

The only major complaint I have really, is the builtin screen protector. The Evo3D Defender seemed to be nice and tight against the screen. This one has a noticeable gap, enough so I hear almost a tapping noise with every touch to the screen. It also seems to make it harder for the phone to register my touches. I have installed the latest update, and it registers fine without the case. It may just be a bad case. I have a second one that should get here Monday. I will see if that one is any better. I'm also not really thrilled that the screen protector doesn't cover the capacitive buttons. Not a huge deal, but something you might want to know ahead of time.

All that being said, it would be easy to think I don't like the Defender for the One. I'm actually still very happy it. Unlike some other Defender cases, it really adds little bulk to the phone. Not to say it is slim by any stretch of the imagination., but it gives good protection while not being huge. Also, one of my biggest complaints about the Defender for the Evo3D, was that the raised edges made it very difficult to register touches at the edges. The Defender for the One appears to have fixed this issue. I am thrilled by that change.

Overall, I am still happy to be using another Otterbox Defender. I am probably a bit biased because of how well their support worked for me in the past. I have seen other cases similar to this that look like they might actually resolve some of my complaints with the Defender, but as long as their support stays top notch, I'm happy to stick with them. Of course that doesn't mean I won't be trying some other cases. :-)
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Glad you like the Otterbox Defender. I thought about getting it when I bought my HTC One, but I decided to get the Otterbox Commuter, and I am very happy with it.

The Otterbox Commuter case fits like a glove and provides great protection. Since I got my HTC One, and the Otterbox Box Commuter case, I have dropped my phone a couple of times and the case has protected it.

I have to say that so am very happy with the quality and build of the Otterbox Commuter case.
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Hey guys,
Just made the switch from iPhone to my first droid, the HTC One. Great phone so far and now I am looking to get a good car mount for it. I am hoping that some of you have some experiences with them and can recomend a quality/affordable one to me. I am OK with either windshield, dash or vent mount (least preferable), and would ideally like one that can hold a cable in some way so that I can easily plug it in to my device each time. Another must is that it can hold my phone with a case on it, the UAG Outland case.

I have never actually owned a car mount for my phone before so perhaps I am overlooking some other critical information and if so just let me know.

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Just made the switch from iPhone to my first droid, the HTC One. Great phone so far and now I am looking to get a good car mount for it. I am hoping that some of you have some experiences with them and can recomend a quality/affordable one to me. I am OK with either windshield, dash or vent mount (least preferable), and would ideally like one that can hold a cable in some way so that I can easily plug it in to my device each time. Another must is that it can hold my phone with a case on it, the UAG Outland case.

I have never actually owned a car mount for my phone before so perhaps I am overlooking some other critical information and if so just let me know.

Any help is greatly recomended!
I've been using the Exogear mount for my Evo3D with Otterbox Defender case for a couple of years now. It still works great for my One with the Defender case. The suction cup is by far the best I have used. It is also quite stable. The only drawback is, it doesn't have integrated power, so it won't automatically go into car mode, and you have to just use a regular power cord. They have a new version that looks a bit better, which I may spring for. Only $30. Like I said, mine has lasted two years, through freezing Midwest winters, and 100 plus degree summers.
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I got this from Best Buy and you will never need to buy another mount because it fits any phone. I can use it with my HTC EVO 3D or HTC One. I recommend always having a case on the phone when using the mount because it has a nice snug fit. Your phone won't go anywhere in that mount. I wouldnt use a naked HTC One in the mount.
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It was a one nighter so my One had the priority.
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Has anyone tried out these extended battery cases?

Amazon.com Mophie Juice Pack Rechargeable External Battery Case for HTC One $99.95
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i-Blason PowerGlider For 2013 HTC One (M7) Smart Phone Rechargeable External Battery Glider Full Protection Case - AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, T-mobile $59.95
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I like the price of this case and it also has a kick stand.
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I haven't tried them yet, although I am seriously leaning toward the i-Blason one. They also have it in White. From what I have seen of reviews, people are pretty happy with it, especially for the price. Based on reputation alone, I think Mophie has the edge, but it is hard to argue with a price difference that large, when most of the reviews are so positive about it.

I've only had my phone less than a week, so I am not ready to spring for a power case yet. The battery life so far has been good enough that I don't feel rushed to get something. Since I already use a Defender case, the size isn't a factor for me. The white i-Blason one in particular looks really nice. The kickstand isn't a bad feature either. Personally, I thought it looked kind of... out of place I suppose. Kind of ruins the lines and look of it. The black one the kickstand is nowhere near as noticeable as on the white one.
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If you're interested, I posted my 2 2-post review of the i-BLASON case about 15/10 posts before this one.
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I bought an no-contract black One off of Amazon, and I also bought the Poetic Atmosphere case in black/clear. This will be the first time I've ever bought a case for a phone, pretty excited!
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Thanks, I definetly will. This is the first time I've purchased an off-contract phone as well.
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Ah thank you! I was a little hesitant on purchasing the One with this new "Ultra Pixel" stuff, so we'll see how the camera is. I'm hoping that I made the right decision! I should be getting the phone on Friday, two more days!
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Call me crazy,but,I actually picked up one of these:

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Draco Design HTC One Aluminium Bumper Case Review - YouTube

Well,maybe half-crazy,I managed to find a new/open-box model on e-Bay for $45,so,I can live w/that.

As the video shows,it does indeed dress up the phone very nicely.It's well-built,high quality,the seams are virtually invisible when the two pieces are screwed together.

Functionality is right on the money.All port cutouts are exact,volume rocker,once again as w/most cases,works even better than the phone sans case.

The I/R POWER BUTTON is the best feature of this case,as the clear construction allows for I/R BLASTER functions to work as desired.As w/the volume rocker,the power button works better that stock,easier to depress w/o protuding too much for accidental depression.PERFECTO w/the power button!

This case is not for everyone,as it definitely isn't providing any protection to the backside,however,you can lie it face-down on a flat surface w/o worry.

As for a pure bumper case,it's a FERRARI compared to the rest of the limited selection of such bumper cases.Along the lines of the FERRARI analogy,there are a couple of what I consider high-maintenance PITA issues:

1) The case has to be assembled/disassembled each time you desire to switch up,or,go caseless.A relatively simple procedure,but,the chance of losing parts during this changeover is EXTREMELY HIGH,as the parts are EXTREMELY SMALL.I myself already lost the POWER BUTTON* yesterday & am awaiting for the mfg to send replacement parts.This was entirely my fault,but,as the end of a long day is not the best time to be disassembling something w/virtually invisible parts,as my mind was no doubt on other things @ the time & I was careless.

*EDIT:I found the POWER BUTTON! I also wanted to add that during assembly,the power button is contoured to fit the curveature of the case,therefore,care should be taken to ensure that the button is placed in the proper orientation during assembly.You can indeed assemble the case w/the button 180' out of position,but it will not depress/work properly.


2) The dogbone design is a plus,a bit unusual,but,it does provide a more ergonomically correct fit for use.However,the edges are a bit on the crisp side & tends to cause the hand to feel tired after prolonged use (gaming particularly,etc...).I believe if the edges had a slight radius/chamfer,this would not be an issue.It's not a deal breaker,but,worth mentioning,mainly for those who are literally attatched to their phones all waking hours,otherwise,it's OK!

The WOW FACTOR is high on this,as many of my co-workers who've seen it definitely take notice.

If you can get past the above mentioned issues,this is definitely one way to make your phone stand out among the rest.I myself recommend it,w/the condition of a drop in MSRP or,finding a deal as I did on e-Bay,etc.
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I really like the look of the Spigen case. It provides some protection without detracting from the phone's appearance. But, I couldn't justify spending $20 on a case with such awful reviews.
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I really like the look of the Spigen case. It provides some protection without detracting from the phone's appearance. But, I couldn't justify spending $20 on a case with such awful reviews.
I've got about a half-dozen cases & this one is the best all-around value for form/function/price that I own:

Amazon.com: BoxWave HTC One UniColor Case - Sleek Dual Tone TPU Case for Durable Anti-Slip Protection, Transparent Matte Back with Solid Border - HTC One Cases and Covers (Frosted Black): Beauty

As you can see in the AMAZON link/listing,there are other models/materials to choose from in this design,all within the $5.00 range.The one that I have (UNI-COLOR Clear/Black) has an excellent fit/looks nice,yet doesn't detract from the looks of the phone.
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I really like the Poetic Atmosphere case, this thing is built really well. First case I've ever put on a phone too!
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