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Trimble GeoExplorer

Rugged GPS Pocket PC
(by Conrad H. Blickenstorfer)

The rugged GeoExplorer CE Series from GPS specialist Trimble combines a Windows Mobile 2003-based Pocket PC with a WAAS-enabled integrated Trimble GPS receiver. Trimble offers different models: The GeoXM brings real-time corrected GPS info with two to five meter accuracy into GIS applications whereas the GeoXT adds a submeter-accuracy receiver and multipath rejection technology. USB and serial support modules provide communication capability for wired and wireless data transfer. The 3.8-inch display has an anti-glare coating and an extra-strong backlight. The heavily ruggedized GeoExplorer can run GIS software from ESRI, Trimble and others. The GeoExplorer comes with no less than 512MB of Flash, enough for most databases and maps, and Microsoft Streets & Trips 2005 is included.

This version of the GeoExplorer was replaced with updated models. In May 2008, the GeoExplorer 2008 Series was introduced.

Specifications
Added/changed Replaced by newer GeoExplorer handhelds
Form-factor Rugged GPS PDA
CPU Speed StrongARM SA-1110/206 MHz
OS Windows Mobile 2003 PPC
RAM/ROM 64MB/512MB Flash
Card slots 1 Type II PC Card, 1 CF Card
Display type Transmissive anti-glare color LCD
Display size/res 3.8"/240 x 320
Digitizer/pens touch/1
Keyboard/keys on-screen
Navigation stylus
Housing PC/ABS Plastic
Operating Temp 14 to 122F
Sealing IP54
Shock NA
Size (WxHxD) 3.9 x 8.5 x 3.0
Weight 1.6 pound
Power 21 WH Li-Ion (“a whole day”)
Interface GPS, USB
Wireless optional
List price Inquire
Contact www.trimble.com
Windows Mobile Info
  • Windows Mobile 6
  • Windows Mobile 5
  • Windows Mobile Smartphone
  • Windows Mobile 2003
  • Windows CE .Net
  • Windows for Pocket PC 2002
  • Pocket PC intro 2000
  • Windows CE H/PC Pro 1998
  • Windows CE 2.0 1997
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