News | September 10, 2013

Sony Medical Introduces HVO-500MD and HVO550MD HD Ultrasound Medical Recorders

Showcasing at RSNA 2013 as works-in-progress, coming spring 2014

Echo, ultrasound DVD recorder, Sony, HVO-550MD

September 10, 2013 — At RSNA 2013, Sony will be showing a works-in-progress medical recorder, the HVO-500MD (without DVD optical drive) and the HVO-550MD (with DVD optical drive). These models are designed specifically for medical recording. 

Ultrasound technologists and physicians will benefit from the high-quality high-definition (HD) recordings, delivering extremely clear and detailed images of virtually any ultrasound exam or ultrasound system. Features include MPEG-4 video recording, as well as a new compact, slim design with USB and network recording capability.

For more information: www.sony.com/radiology

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