These units can all be used hand-held to detect and record bats.
The Anabat Walkabout, Batbox Baton XD, Pettersson M500 & M500-384 and Wildlife Acoustics EM Touch 2 all have real-time sonogram display (Batbox Baton XD, Pettersson M500/M500-384 & Wildlife Acoustics EM Touch 2 when connected to suitable device) and the Elekon Batlogger M and Pettersson D1000X do not.
The EM Touch 2 connects to compatible Apple iOS devices (don't let that put you off, it is very good and there will be an Android version in the autumn).
If the real-time sonogram display is important to you, I recommend either the Anabat Walkabout or the Wildlife Acoustics EM Touch 2 PRO. If you don't want the display it would be the Elekon Batlogger M (which can be used passively as well).
Choose whichever one has the features that suit you best and if you need help choosing, give me a call on 0333 9000 927 (+44 333 9000 927 from outside the UK) or email me.
You'll get a free bat calls book worth £30: either British Bat Calls by Jon Russ, Social Calls of the Bats of Britain and Ireland by Neil Middleton et al or Bats of Britain & Europe by Christian Dietz & Andreas Kiefer; with the Anabat Walkabout, Elekon Batlogger M and Pettersson D1000X.