Whistler Scanner Page
Whistler WS1010 is an analog 200 channel handheld scanner that scans frequencies from 29 to 512 MHz. Seems to be a very basic, no frills analog scanner. Next up is the Whistler WS1025. It is the desktop version of the above WS1010. Again, same frequency coverage, analog only. These 2 seem to be rebadged GRE PSR 100 and PSR 200.
I did a How to with the Radio Shack Pro-197 (same as GRE PSR-600 (WS1065)). I also did a review on the PSR-500. They are both very capable scanners with tons of great features. So I look forward to the Whistler branded scanners.
This post on RadioReference.com hints at newer scanners coming down the pipe. The WS1095. That would be the never released PSR-900. So one would assume if that is true they would re-release the PSR-800 with a revised model number. But only time will tell if Whistler will innovate in the radio scanner space. I am glad Uniden keeps the competition after GRE went down. GRE always made great radios. With Whistler in the business now, I hope competition breeds innovation between the two companies.
Check out Whistler's Facebook page for a sneak peak video of the WS1065 in action: