LOGIQ S7
NEW AND USED GE ULTRASOUND
LOGIQ S7 Ultrasound Amazing versatility across multiple clinical specialties and applications.

Amazing Versatility

Healthcare providers are challenged to manage varying patient volumes that encompass a wide span of clinical areas including abdominal, vascular, cardiac, interventional, musculoskeletal, OB/GYN, and small parts imaging.

It takes a versatile ultrasound system to help meet those demands – and the updated release of the LOGIQ™ S7 ultrasound platform 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

See how you can benefit from the LOGIQ S7. View the two-minute video

GE's advanced transducer technology helps provide exceptional image quality and is available in a broad range of transducers designed to meet the needs of your specialty.


LOGIQ™ S7 is engineered to provide quality and speed across applications.

  • S-Agile architecture – Advanced LOGIQ architecture helps deliver consistently clear images with minimal keystrokes
  • Advanced transducers – A wide portfolio of E-Series transducers, now expanded with 7 new models enables excellent images to be acquired quickly – just place and scan
  • Image optimization tools – LOGIQ S7 is packed full of tools to help enhance image quality such as increased contrast resolution and improved border definition
  • Windows® 7 Operating System – This powerful operating system combined with 64 bit computing helps provide speed and advanced processing power

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