Sync the HTC One Mini standalone with Microsoft Outlook (no Exchange required), Sage ACT!, Lotus Notes and Palm Desktop

Sync PC contacts, calendar, tasks, notes, categories, and contact photos with the HTC One Mini.

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Sync standalone Microsoft Outlook (no Exchange required) with HTC One:

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Direct USB Sync

Securely sync Outlook contacts, calendar, tasks and notes via secure USB.

Local Wi-Fi Sync

Sync with Outlook automatically via your local Wi-Fi network whenever you are near your PC.

Sync via Google

Sync Outlook contacts and calendar to Google. Your device automatically stays in sync.

CL Secure Hosted Wireless

Hosted wireless sync - $9.95/month. Secure wireless sync without the cloud.

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About the HTC One Mini

The HTC One Mini is the smaller version of the famous aluminum-bodied HTC One. The phone was annonced on July 18, 2013 and will be avialable in select markets in August 2013. By September, HTC will have a global rollout of the device.

The HTC One Mini sports a 720p resolution 4.3" screen compared to a 4.7" screen of the larger HTC One. It comes with a dual-core 1.4 GHz processor, running the latest version of Android with HTC Sense on Android OS 4.2.2. Jelly Bean. The compact size make the HTC One Mini a direct competitor to the Galaxy S4 Mini and iPhone 5. People who prefer the sturdiness of an aluminum cage around their phone will enjoy the one-hand operation that the HTC One Mini affords.