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From the start, the LOGIQ™ S7 has been designed for the needs of shared service environments. Now, its versatility is further enhanced with XDclear™ technology
and a next-generation design that take performance to a new level. Multiple applications. Different users. Variety of challenges. The LOGIQ S7 with XDclear easily handles it, delivering the high quality images, ease of use, and specialized capabilities that busy clinicians need. From its versatility to its budget-friendly price, this special ultrasound system to help meet those demands – and the LOGIQ S7 system is equipped for the challenge.

This mobile, shared-service ultrasound system is designed specifically
to provide:
• Consistent quality performance to help enhance diagnostic confidence across applications
• User-sensitive design to help increase exam speed, as well as comfort and productivity
• Intuitive tools to enable high utilization across multiple applications
• All at an affordable price that helps meet expectations


  • High-Res widescreen display – High contrast, configurable 23” LCD monitor with LED backlit display mounted on an articulating arm allows user to arrange images and data to meet their needs
  • 10.1-inch touch panel – With a large touch panel, controls are easy to see and manipulate. Smart keys and backlit controls further enhance performance and procedural speed
  • Engineered for cleanability – The near-seamless exterior has fewer gaps, making the system easy to clean
  • Enhanced portability – Small and light-weight, the system easily navigates crowded exam rooms. Power Assist battery backup, wireless connectivity and Bluetooth® printing add to the mobility
  • Compare Assistant – View a prior study – ultrasound, mammography, CT or MR – and current images together in real time via a split screen on the monitor
  • GE Raw Data – Helps shorten exam times by enabling users to quickly acquire data and then apply a wide variety of image processing after the exam
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