Sync the HTC Sensation with Outlook

Sync Outlook contacts, calendar, tasks and notes with the HTC Sensation and HTC Sensation XL.

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

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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 Sensation XL

The Sensation XL is true to it's name - featuring a massive 4.7" screen, the XL is one of the biggest devices available. Also unique to the Sensation XL is Beats Audio. This premium audio package runs from the internal DAC chip in the phone to the included Beats by Dre headphones for superior audio performace. Media fans are sure to enjoy this device.

About the HTC Sensation 4G

HTC Sensation comes with a fresh serving of Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but it's all about the HTC Sense UI version 3.0 with a touch of refinement and functionality straight from the lock screen. You can choose between a number of lock screen options such as weather updates, quick access to apps and a handful of clock widgets. A 1.2GHz Qualcomm dual-core chipset supports the nice 3D-like transitions in the menu, all carrying resemblance to the ones on the HTC Flyer tablet. The phone is the first with a contoured glass 4.3-inch display meaning that your Super LCD screen is set back slightly to avoid scratches. The resolution is qHD (540x960) with an aspect ratio of 16:9. On the back you have an 8MP camera with dual-LED flash with "instant capture," meaning little to no lag between pictures. The camera is also capable of recording video at 30fps in full HD (1080p) resolution.