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Advanced Portable X-Ray System Offers Innovative Features at Less Weight

Genoray redefines portability with the ultra-lightweight ZEN-PX4 and high-definition Portview S2 sensor.


Did you know the first mobile phone was the Motorola Dynatech, developed in 1973? Maybe not, but surely you’ve seen mobile phones from the 1990s. Still bulky, with a black-and-white LCD screen, a ridiculous interface, short talk times, and a panel that didn’t even display what the camera captured.

Wait, if you’re not sure whether we’re talking about mobile phones or handheld X-ray devices, you might want to read this article carefully.

The history of mobile phones and portable dental X-ray units share many similarities. Early portable radiography systems used separate components —the device itself and a wired power supply that fit in a pocket or backpack. They were cumbersome, and the maximum use time on a single charge varied drastically, depending on outside factors. If we compare these early X-ray systems to current technology, you can see that every smartphone company has committed to constant innovation, while many medical devices lag behind.


But Genoray will shock you with its ZEN-PX4. A landmark innovation, comparing this portable device to others is like comparing a smartphone from 2022 to a mobile phone from the 1990s side-by-side.

The biggest key to a quality portable X-ray device is weight. Portability isn’t defined by weight alone, but it makes a huge difference to the user. While the average weight for other portable X-ray units is around 6 pounds, the ZEN-PX4 weighs half as much. This feature significantly reduces hand fatigue while scanning multiple exposures for a full-mouth series (FMX), and even allows one-handed use.

We weren’t just designing for clinician comfort, though; the ZEN-PX4 is also engineered to provide unmatched quality and enhance office workflow. Featuring the world’s first sensor direct connection and Realtime Review screen, there is no need to repeatedly move the computer or tablet station when shooting. Realtime Review allows you to reshoot in the moment and selectively save and transmit images. This instant feedback greatly improves clinical efficiency and file organization.zen px4


Are you worried that these features could affect battery life? We’re not. The ZEN-PX4 can produce more than 400 shots per charge, even with these powerful features. And this isn’t all you can do. You can also customize the automatic shot time preset for FMX continuous shooting, which means the more you use it, the more you meet your clinic’s optimized exposure time for best image quality.


And, finally, the Genoray ZEN-PX4, Portview S2 sensor, and Microsoft Surface Go 3 (or equivalent PC tablet) being offered in this promotion can be used without access to Wi-Fi. Capture your subject and review your work without the stress of fighting the old operation room computer or connecting to remote Wi-Fi on-site. You can simply use the plug-and-play portable IO system with the default settings provided by the manufacturer.

So, what are you waiting for? Give it a try. All these exceptional configurations are available for only $8900. Just use promotion package ZEN-PX4 + Portview S2 (IO sensor) + MS Surface Go 3 (or equivalent).


From Decisions in Dentistry. December 2022;8(12)24.

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