The feature sheet  is a bit light on details, but:
a) it is WiFi enabled
b) integrates with your ChargePoint account
c) can be managed from your smart phone
d) plugs into a standard 240V outlet
e) is suitable for outdoor use
(plus all the standard Level 2 stuff like J1772, etc.)
I recently installed a 240V outlet in a wet-when-in-use box on the side of an outbuilding near where I park my i-MiEV. The plan was to install a GE WattStation Wall Mount (plug-in variety, not hard-wired) unit there. Per the installation instructions of that (planned) GE WattStation, the circuit breaker is 40A, but the receptacle is an odd NEMA 6 50R .
The feature sheet does not mention the particular 240V receptacle that is required, or the maximum current draw. The circuit to the outlet box is only 8/2 (black, white-taped-red, and ground), but the run is very short (20 feet maybe?). The good news is that this outbuilding has exposed wall and ceiling cavities on the inside, So if a larger conductor or more conductors (black, red, white, and ground) are needed, I have quite a bit of 6/3 NM left over from a recent RV 240V/50A shore power project and could just pull new wire.