It started at 12 channel GPS receivers and this is the first I hear of, that has 51 (!) channels.
So this is nice. You could receive all the signal you can get. But there are only 24 satellites in orbit normally,and there is no way can ‘see‘ all of them at the same time. So what is the use of that?
I know there are some ground stations, but that makes just a few signals more.
I like the design and thinkness (read: thin-ness) of the Touch GPS G66, but 20 hours running time is a bit short, isn’t it?
I can’t wait till I see the Digital Reviews review soon.