The GE Vivid S6 is a high performance midrange cardiovascular focused ultrasound machine. It offers an innovative ergonomic design, excellent image quality, advanced connectivity, productivity tools and a wide range of cardiovascular transducers compatible with the Vivid-i. The Vivid S6 is a replacement for the older Vivid 5.
The GE Vivid S60 is a full-featured premium midrange cardiovascular ultrasound machine designed to replace the Vivid S6 or Vivid S5 with an advanced architecture, cSound, an outstanding image quality, and a robust set of cardiac features. The GE Vivid S60 uses the hardware and software architecture of the GE Vivid S70, but without the M5Sc-D XDclear probe and the 4D TEE option in order to have a better price position.
The GE Vivid S60 improves its ergonomics and intuitiveness by offering a 19″ wide HD LCD display and a 12″ wide multi-touch LCD screen. Due to its compact size, lightweight, and battery backup for standby, it can easily be transported to the patient’s site and used for scanning. Overall, the GE Vivid S60 delivers an outstanding imaging performance along with the modern XDclear probe series.
Although the GE Vivid S60 is mainly designed for cardiovascular applications, it also supports adult cardiac, stress echo, abdominal, peripheral vascular, fetal heart, pediatrics, neonatal cephalic, adult cephalic, small parts, thyroid, musculoskeletal, urology, rodent, transesophageal, OB/GYN, coronary, LVO contrast, and nerves.
The GE Voluson 730 is a high-end and midrange OB/GYN ultrasound machine that was arguably the most popular and well known 4D system in the world. The Voluson 730 was split into the simpler Voluson 730 Pro edition and the more powerful Voluson 730 Expert version, which has a touchscreen for navigation. The Voluson 730 was produced until 2014 when it was finally replaced by the Voluson S8, Voluson S6, and the Voluson E8 (Expert). When its available in refurbished condition, a GE Voluson 730 ultrasound machine can range from $6,000 to $12,000 depending on the condition of the machine, its past clinical use, and whether it comes with transducers. Visit or partner company Providian Medical to watch a video about the Voluson 730, along with other information about compatible GE probes. Or contact Ultrasound Supply today for a quote on this or other modern ultrasound systems.
The GE Voluson e is an economy portable ultrasound machine that is a scaled down version of the Voluson-i. It still offers the best 4D image quality currently available in a portable machine but has less probes and features than the Voluson-i.
The GE Voluson i portable ultrasound machine is one of the most advanced portable 4D ultrasound machines for women’s health in the industry today. It offers the widest range of 4D transducers, and GE’s class-leading 4D imaging as well as proprietary GE efficiency technologies that speed up workflow. The Voluson i ultrasound machine is focused on women’s health but it can also support general imaging and vascular applications. Those familiar with the famous Voluson 730 will find image quality and speed similar in the Voluson i even though it is only the size of a laptop. Key technologies from the more expensive Voluson E8 like SonoNT, STIC, SonoVCAD heart, SonoAVC follicle, and SonoVCAD labor are all available either standard or as options on the Voluson i. Ultrasound Supply, one of the largest distributors of diagnostic ultrasound equipment in the world, offers the GE Voluson i for sale in the US and internationally. The Voluson i price ranges from $14,000 up to $25,000 dollars depending upon the revision (BT), condition, years of use, and the probes included. Click on the tabs below to see the Voluson i brochure, probes, and more.
The GE Voluson P6 is an entry level ultrasound system for women’s healthcare including 3D/4D function. The GE Voluson P6 is a affordable choice of a user who wants to expereince a GE Voluson system at the clinic. Alghough it is an entry level system, the GE Voluson P6 supports in-depth functions of 3D/4D. Its automation functions enable busy practices to maintain high quality while reducing the ime need to conduct, analyze, and report on exams.
The GE Vscan with Dual Probe is a portable handheld ultrasound machine with two transducers mounted on either the end of the same probe to give linear(similar to the 8L-RS probe used on Vivid e) and sector(similar to the 3S-RS probe used on Vivid e) functionality to the Vsan. The GE Vscan with Dual Probe and the former version GE VScan have the same system display size and shape of a flip-type cell phone, and the same clinical intended use with exception of small parts, MSK, vascular access, and novascular access. GE invented the category of handheld ultrasound with the Vscan in 2010. GE continuously extended available applications for both clinically and practically with physicians in practice. The dual probe definitely meets the clinical demands to cover various clinical application.
The GE Voluson E6 is a high-end 4D OB/GYN ultrasound machine. The Voluson E6 is a slightly scaled down version of GE’s popular Voluson E8, and from the outside, the two ultrasounds look identical. The Voluson E6 continues GE’s focus on women’s health and 4D imaging, although with fewer features than the Voluson E8 and at a lower price point. On average, a refurbished GE Voluson E6 costs between $10,000 and $20,000, depending on the transducers included as well as the age, condition, and history of use of the system. Scroll below to view the specs and applications for the Voluson E6, or contact us today to purchase this ultrasound for your practice.
The GE Logiq S8 is a high-end multi-purpose ultrasound machine designed for abdominal, vascular, breast, cardiac, small parts, 4D, obstetrics, gynecology, neonatal, pediatrics, urology and transcranial applications. The Logiq S8 is extremely light and compact and looks visually very similar to the Voluson S8, Voluson S6 and Logiq S7. The Logiq S8 is the replacement to the popular Logiq 7.
The GE Logiq-e is perhaps the most well-known and best selling portable in the world, and designed for abdominal, cardiac, gynecology, intraoperative, musculoskeletal, obstetrical, nerve block, pediatric , neonatal, small parts, superficial, urology, and vascular. The BT12 is the most recent model before the GE Logiq e series has revolutionary changes both S/W and H/W at the Logiq e R7. It is a midrange to economy system with a good balance between features and price. The Logiq e BT 12 has been empowered with new GE portable ultrasound Hard Ware and Software, also added L8-18i-RS high frequency hockey stick transducers enabling to support more dedicated interventional procedures. The Logiq e replaced the older Logiq book with a more standard laptop style form factor.
The GE Logiq S7 is a midrange ultrasound machine designed for complete shared service applications from cardiac to GI to 4D OB/GYN. The GE Logiq S7 is extremely light and compact and looks visually very similar to the Voluson S8 and S6. The GE Logiq S7 is the replacement for the older GE Logiq S6. The GE Logiq S8 is a higher performance version of the S7.
The GE Logiq P5 premium is an economical shared service ultrasound machine that is unique in its 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 its 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 GE 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 Vscan Extend is a pocket-sized ultrasound with the world’s first touchscreen interface like your smartphone. Not like a previous flip phone style, Vscan with Dual Probe or Vscan, the GE Vscan Extend comes in a sector or dual probe configuration. Those two respective sector and linear probe options support similarly to the 8L-RS on the Vivid e, and the 3S-Rs probe on the Vivid e. The field-of view of the sector probe for black-and-white imaging is up to 70 degrees with maximum depth of 24cm. Color flow sector represents blood flow within an angle of up to 40 degrees. Additionally, the field-of-view of the linear probe for black-and-white imaging is aperture width of 2.9cm with maximum depth of 8 cm. Color flow linear represents blood flow over image with full aperture and entire depth.
The GE Vscan Extend provides the same clinical coverages like the previous Vscan with sector probe and Vscan with Dual Probe including cardiac, abdomen, carotids, thyroid and lungs.
The GE Vscan Extend is a smart phone type that is much familiar with current smart phone users with easy connectivity and a thumb-controllable user interface. One of most improved advantages from the previous Vscan is that the GE Vscan Extend easily integrates handheld ultrasound imaging with the hospital’s wireless network and DICOM – based on documentation and reporting.
Exams can be manually labeled with patient information. The GE Vscan Extend synchronizes on-board DICOM Modality Worklist on request (option available with DICOM configuration). Such worklist supports consistent labeling of images, videos and exams before exporting to DICOM PACS. Archived data is stored in the GE Vscan Extend memory and can be backed up on a microSD or microSDHC card with generic formats: jpg for still frames, mp4 for videos. All data is stored in examination folders that can be linked with patient information, and can be recalled for review. All saved data will be secured with FIPS 197 compliant database encryption (SQL Cipher with PBKDF2 – based key generation and AES-256 bit encryption).
GE VSCAN is smallest portable ultrasound machine. It’s only the size of a mobile ultrasound! This innovative pocket-sized ultrasound is the first to house two transducers in one probe – enabling a non-invasive look inside the body, with both shallow and deep views. Alternatively, the GE Vscan Extend is available for between $6,000 and $7,000 refurbished, on average.