Our latest quick video of ultrasound equipment is here. We reviewed the Acuson X150 and the video will give you a good idea of how it functions, what it looks like and an idea of how easy it is to use. Correction: Apparently, there's not a bi-plane transducer at this time, for that you'd still need the G20. By the time you read this, however, it's possible the probe is available. Call me at 866-347-7633 if you have questions.
In a nutshell, it's no secret that ultrasound has come a long way and it's often hard to tell the difference between some of these. The Acuson X150 has a very easy user-interface and is rock-solid. It follows in Acuson's tradition with a commiment to the long-lasting platform that addresses techs and physicians needs. I spoke with the engineers and apps people at Siemens and they're relieved/excited to have a new, solid product line that can, once again, sell itself.
We took a look at the Acuson X150 and the above video is a quick synopsis of its ease of use and outstanding quality. It's a mid-range system at a low-range price. With solid color Doppler, harmonic imaging, easy-to-use interface, and overall excellent image quality, this is EXCELLENT for small-mid size offices performing OB/GYN, Endocrinology, musculoskeletal, anesthesia, vascular, venous, abdominal, breast and many other applications. It's perfect for physician use and is easy to learn and use.