A Uni-T UT61E 5-Digit Digital Multimeter with RS232 for data logging. To be honest, I could be wrong on the exact method of counting digits because I have seen things like 3-6/7 digits and weird things like that. Since the display shows 0.0000 I am calling it 5-digits until someone more knowledgeable corrects me. Before someone chimes in about how this thing isn't a Fluke/Agilent/blah brand of meter, ITS NOT A FLUKE/AGILENT/ETC. So if your work requires an Agilent/Fluke/etc. quality multimeter get one of those. For the rest of us, I think this is a good/great deal as it packs a load of features into a great price. As for the devices capabilities:
Auto-Ranging! (No more setting the range)
TrueRMS! (I think this is one of the better prices I have seen for a TrueRMS meter, let alone with auto-ranging)
AC Voltage: The lowest range is 220mV highest is 750V
DC Voltage: The lowest range is 220mV highest is 1000V
AC Current: The lowest range is 220uA (thats micro amp I am suspicious of this) highest is 10A.
DC Current: The lowest range is 220uA (thats micro amp I am suspicious of this) highest is 10A.
Resistance: The lowest range appears to be 22ohm highest is 220megaohm
Capacitance: The lowest range is 22nF and the highest usable range is 220uF/2.2mF (there is a 22mF to 220mF range but it is listed as reference only)
Duty Cycle: 0.1%-99.9%
Data Hold: 61 (points?)
RS232 Interface (the description talks a lot about a USB interface but the image clearly shows an RS232 cable).
A stand for sitting it up on a table top.
Plus some other stuff.The only major things this meter is lacking are a backlight (there is apparently a mod you can do to the meter because the chipset in the device supports a backlight) and a temperature function. Also, there are some complaints that the test leads are pretty crappy (internal resistance is up to 0.15ohm) so it may behove you to buy an extra pair of quality leads from the site. I came across several during a quick search (all for under $5 with free shipping) which users rated as good quality. Lastly, the description talks about a USB interface but the cable is clearly an RS232 (serial port) cable.Link
Price is currently $56.39 apply coupon code LikeDX10 to get $10 off and with worldwide free shipping the price becomes $46.39! It lists US shipping as 7-14 days for the free shipping. So my guess isn't it isn't shipping from China.EDIT: Several reviews I have seen list UNI-T as basically one of the best hobbyist level DMM makers out there. Basically to step up from this you are going into fluke territory.
A thread from EEVBlog on this multimeter (with teardown pics and comments from pros): Link
Also, I attached a pdf of the detailed specs for the device. Most importantly, it lists the accuracies for the various ranges etc. The list on the DinoDirect site was messed up so I fixed it and put it in the PDF