Sense 4.0 on the HTC One line of phones has a very excellent car mode, which gives "fat finger" access to contacts, navigation, and music. All that goodness isn't much use if you're keeping the phone in the cup holder, so we took a quick look at the car dock for the One X. It is a straightforward charging affair with no extra frills, you click the phone in and charge it via microUSB. Hopefully its simple nature means it will be fairly low-cost, but we wouldn't have minded seeing a car dock that utilized the charging pins instead of the microUSB port, but sadly that wasn't the case.

Those charging pins will also come in handy when HTC gets ready to sell its media dock for the One X. Unfortunately, it's not quite ready for prime time yet and so HTC kept it under glass next to a slew of cases it's planning for the One line. The dock was a pretty chunky affair, designed to hold the One X horizontally at about a 30-degree angle. HTC explained that the five pins on the rear of the One X can be used both for charging and audio-out to the media dock.

HTC tells us that it's going to be improving its overall accessory story in 2012 as compared to previous years, so you can probably expect a wider lineup of products surrounding the One lineup.