General Configuration : Standard cart, Needle Visualization(SNV), DICOM Storage, Wireless
L14-4 – Linear Probe – New
C5-2 – Convex Probe – New
The GE Voluson E8, is a premium women’s health 4D ultrasound machine that was the top-of-the-line before the Voluson E10 was released in 2014. GE’s breakthrough technology for this system was the Voluson E8 HD LIVE, a revision with high resolution 4D imaging introduced in 2012 and a standard feature with the Voluson E8 in revision BT12 and newer. The Voluson E8 is the best selling 4D ultrasound machine in the world even though it is more expensive than it’s competitors. The current GE Voluson E8 price range is from approximately $30,000 dollars for the oldest used E8 to $100,000 dollars for a brand new E8. All Voluson ultrasound machines are focused on women’s health, especially obstetrics, gynecology, and fertility. Secondary applications include general imaging, adult & pediatric cardiology and Neonatal cardiology. Doctors looking for shared service capabilities from a GE ultrasound machine should consider the GE Logiq E9 instead. The E8 is the best in the world at providing amazing 4D imaging with any probe and any situation needed, it even offers a rare 4D linear probe and a 4D neonatal cardiac probe.
The GE Voluson S6 is a midrange 4D OB/GYN ultrasound machine that shares some transducers with the Voluson-i portable. It is the replacement for the Voluson 730 pro and is much smaller and lighter than any other Voluson console. This together with a battery allow it to easily be wheeled from room to room without rebooting. The Voluson S6 is a lower priced version of the S8 with less features and probes, but the two look nearly identical.
The GE Logiq P5 premium is an economical shared service ultrasound machine that is unique in it’s price range by offering deep support for all applications from Cardiac to Pediatric, from 4D Obstetrics to Surgical or Elastography with an astounding 29 compatible transducers spread across every possible application. If it can be done with ultrasound, the Logiq P5 can do it.
The Logiq P5 premium replaced the older Logiq 5 in 2006 and is currently in production as a BT11 revision. GE sells more of the Logiq P5 premium than any other model in production around the world and the fact that the Logiq P5 has been in production for a decade is proof of it’s reliability and popularity. The GE Logiq P5 is compact and has many premium features and ergonomic details that are typically only available on midrange units costing more. Because the Logiq P5 premium has been in production so long and has been so popular there are large quantities of replacement parts and transducers available on the market. This will make maintenance and support inexpensive and easily available for many years to come, far beyond all other economy priced ultrasound machines. The GE Logiq P5 price is between $10,000 and $30,000 dollars depending upon the condition, options, and the number and types of probes included. The similar Logiq P6 fits in the midrange price point and is visually very similar to the P5 but offers even more probe options and features.
The GE Vivid E9 is the top-of-the-line premium cardiovascular ultrasound machine from GE. It has amazing image quality and the latest features including xMatrix and 4D cardiac. The E9 is the replacement for the popular and well respected Vivid 7.
The GE Vivid q portable ultrasound machine is a more powerful version of the Vivid i that adds further quantitative features including ICE, Auto EF, AFI, TVI,TT, TSI, Blood Flow and Blood Flow imaging. The Vivid q is the pinnacle of GE’s portable cardiovascular ultrasounds.