"We squeeze as much from WAAS that is humanly possible," said Jean-Yves Lauture, product engineer at Geneq.
"It's probably the brightest outdoor display screen I've seen," said Lauture
"It's tactile and although we include a stylus, you can use your finger or other screen-friendly stylus."
The screen is one of the largest available among handheld GPS receivers, coming in at a diagonal 3.7 inches, but keeps with the smallness of the device overall.
says the Pro can easily slip into a pocket or tool box for transporting to a work site.
"We chose Windows Mobile because within the GIS world, there aren't many GPS/GIS data collection softwares for iOS or Android yet," said Lauture
"A lot of GPS handheld receivers have USB connectors with rubber flaps," said Lauture