Product usability is another strong point of the S8. The product offers superior special attributes, offering 12 features despite being a hand carried ultrasound. Some of the prominent special features it offers include: volumetric 4D imaging, multi-plane adult and pediatric TEE, real-time matching technology and panoramic imaging. Notwithstanding these multiple features, its user-interface is designed in a simple format and hardly any training is required for its use.
"SonoScape's administration, R&D initiatives, marketing and sales are concerned entirely with ultrasound," states Shanmugham. "As a result, SonoScape offers the lowest pricing for its superior quality products."
For instance, the S8 is 25 to 30 per cent less expensive than its closest competitor. In spite of its low price, the S8 excels in image quality, design, compactness and special features.
"Owing to its manufacturing facilities in China, SonoScape is able to provide the S8 at a much lower cost, without compromising on features or image quality," explains Shanmugham. "In the long run, SonoScape's product line will add value to clients, both in terms of quality assurance and in meeting healthcare budget initiatives."
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