Canon Aplio 500, Aplio 400 and Aplio 300 Comparison (Which One to Get)

If you are wondering how the ultrasounds in the Aplio series – Aplio 500, 400, and 300 – differ, you have come to the right place.  

At the end of this article you will know the differences and similarities of these general imaging models and know which one fits your needs and your budget.

You can also simply check the table at the end of the article. It explains the differences in configurations of the three.

Sum up

All three, the Aplio 500, 400, and 300, are general imaging mid-range ultrasounds that deliver superior image quality with outstanding depth and detail, along with automated features that bring their efficiency to a new level.

And they are all great at radiology.  Before we sum up their main differences, watch our presentation of the Aplio 300 and 500.

Canon Aplio 500, Aplio 400 and Aplio 300 Comparison (Which One to Get)
Main differences

The Aplio 300 is a system with the smallest footprint, lowest cost, and with the least features. If you have a clinic or a small to medium size hospital and your budget is limited, this is the right system for you.

Subsequently, the Aplio 400 has more features and a medium price. It fits perfectly to busier clinics and hospitals

Finally, the Aplio 500 is the best of the three ultrasounds. This system comes with great features, at a higher price. Therefore, it is ideal for imaging centres or busy medium to large hospitals.

Read our guide to ultrasounds to get a more extensive info about ultrasounds. Or get it as an e-book below.

And, as promised, an easy overview of the standard and optional features of each model:

Standard and optional features for Aplio ultrasounds - LBN Medical

What is next?

If you would like to learn even more about ultrasounds, you can sign up below to receive an e-book: ‘How to pick your next ultrasound’ and become part of our ultrasound e-mail course.

In multiple e-mails, this course will guide you through several themes related to your next ultrasound purchase.

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