Magellan have refreshed their consumer hand held GPS lineup by taking the colour touch screen technology seen in automotive GPS systems and combining it with a ruggedised, waterproof case. "Waterproof" in this context meaning it’s too heavy to float, but it is rated to IPX 7 so it should take an accidental dunking for a few minutes with no ill effects.
The result is a range of units. The basic models have a mapping function and all the usual GPS goodies you’d expect (waypoints etc). The range topping Triton 2000 (pictured) increases the screen size to 2.7" and adds goodies such as a camera, voice recorder, expandable memory for detailed maps and a sensor suite such as a magnetic compass and altimeter.