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KARI selects Zebra Technologies to enhance retail supply chain operations
Zebra Technologies announced the deployment of 2,000 Zebra MC2100 mobile computers to cover all KARI shoe stores in Russia. The deal will enable KARI, one of the largest shoe retailers in Eastern Europe, to increase the quality of service and effectively manage inventory. The Zebra МС2100 is integrated into KARI’s internal stock-balance management system and its centralized database, allowing users to effectively control KARI`s supply chain in real time. [See Zebra media release] -- Posted Monday, December 19, 2016 by chb

Zebra launches updated TC70x ultra-rugged handheld with either Android or Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise
Now that Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise is finally here to replace the old Windows Mobile/Embedded Handheld, industry leaders are starting to offer rugged handheld hardware that supports both of the operating systems. The latest example is Zebra's updated TC70x ultra-rugged touch computer. Newly equipped with hexa-core Snapdragon processors and a slew of tech enhancements, the 4.7-inch handheld with integrated industrial-grade scanner is targeted at various enterprise deployments. [See description, analysis and specs of the Zebra TC70x] -- Posted Wednesday, December 14, 2016 by chb

Draeger's supermarkets increases profitability with Janam mobile computers
Janam Technologies announced that Draeger’s Supermarkets, an upscale grocery chain in one of the most tech-savvy cities in the United States, has deployed XG3 rugged mobile computers from Janam to improve inventory management in its grocery and housewares departments. Equipped with Zebra’s SE965 laser scan engine, Janam’s XG3 provides Draeger’s with rapid and accurate barcode scanning to drastically reduce the time needed to complete in-store tasks. Utilizing a custom Wavelink Terminal Emulation client designed especially for Janam’s XG3, Draeger’s provides mobile workers with access to applications residing on their host system, while ensuring productivity is optimized. [See Janam media release] -- Posted Thursday, December 1, 2016 by chb

Case study: Meat distribution company improves quality control in refrigerated storage facilities
Even small environmental changes can make an enormous difference when it comes to food preservation. For food distributors, a storage and transportation climate that's just one degree too warm or a few percentage points too dry can compromise the quality of deliverables — and impact revenue. Fridosa is Bolivia's largest meat-product exporter. Its offerings include cuts of meat, burgers, breaded meat, sausages and potato snacks. They chose the Handheld Group's Nautiz X3 to improve quality control in refrigerated storage facilities. [Read Turning a Cool Profit with Rugged Mobile Computers — A meat distribution company improves quality control in refrigerated storage facilities] -- Posted Wednesday, November 30, 2016 by chb

Quo Vadis, rugged handheld market?
Rugged handhelds are a roughly US$3 billion market that hasn't been growing as of late, initially because legacy Microsoft OS platforms were stranded, then because of uncertainty over Android, and now over uncertainty on whether to go with Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise (whew! what a name!) or Android. Microsoft's vision of universal apps hasn't taken off as of yet, and there's increasing competition from inexpensive and increasingly better sealed smartphones. VDC Research published a new report on overall market opportunity for rugged handheld devices that can shed some light on things, both challenges and opportunities. [See executive brief of VDC's The Global Market for Rugged Handheld Computers and Smartphones for Line-of-Business Application -- Posted Friday, November 4, 2016 by chb

Case study: Rugged technology helps GIS professionals calculate utility pole measurements for telecom companies
Utility poles are prime real estate for telecommunications companies. Businesses jockey for space on these poles, which hold not only electricity wiring, but also cellphone equipment, cable television and fiber optic cables and antennas, and more. The process of adding a specific company's equipment to a utility pole isn't easy, and it's highly regulated. Handheld Group's Nautiz X8 rugged computer helps improve efficiency, saving significant time, and increasing profits for GIS contractors and their clients. [See For Good Measure — Rugged technology helps GIS professionals calculate utility pole measurements for telecom companies] -- Posted Wednesday, October 26, 2016 by chb

Q2 rugged mobile market shows uneven YoY growth
VDC Research reports that the global rugged mobile market saw uneven growth between Q2 2015 and Q2 2016. Stabilized Q2 2016 markets allowed for year-over-year (YoY) revenue growth for rugged tablets and notebooks, while the handheld/PDA market experienced a weaker Q2 YoY compared with Q2 2015. Regionally, Asia-Pacific experienced YoY growth across rugged notebook, handheld, and tablet form factors, while only the tablet market grew in the Americas and the notebooks saw YoY growth in EMEA. [See Rugged Mobile Quarterly Shipments Q2 2016] -- Posted Tuesday, October 11, 2016 by chb

A good thing to peruse: Microsoft's support lifecycle for embedded systems
When it comes to operating systems, the end of what Microsoft calls mainstream and extended support doesn't necessarily mean people will stop using them. One in ten PC users is still on Windows XP, and nearly half are still on Windows 7. It's a bit different in industrial and enterprise applications where service and support can be big issues. So on the handheld systems side of things, mainstream for Windows Embedded CE 6.0 ended 4/9/2013 and extended support will end 4/10/2018. And for Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 mainstream support ended 1/13/2015, and extended support will end 1/14/2020. [See detailed list of Microsoft's embedded systems support lifecycles] -- Posted Friday, September 30, 2016 by chb

Full review: Janam XT2 ultra-rugged touch computer
There's an increasing global demand for smartphone-style handhelds with industrial durability and extensive data collection technology. These are devices that look and work like modern smartphones, but won't break in the field and on the job. RuggedPCReview tested Janam's XT2, a super-tough, IP67-sealed handheld with an excellent 5-inch multi-touch display, integrated GPS, NFC/RFID reading, industrial grade scanning, and optional mag stripe reading and mobile broadband. We reviewed the Android version of the Janam XT2, but the impressive device is also available with Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise. [See full review of the Janam XT2] -- Posted Tuesday, September 20, 2016 by chb

Janam Launches XT2 with Microsoft Windows 10
Janam Technologies LLC announced that Microsoft’s Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise operating system is now available on its 5-inch XT2 rugged touch computers. Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise, which is the replacement for Windows Mobile and Windows Embedded Handheld, provides maximum security, reliability and performance, and enables interoperability between the XT2 and IoT devices, independent of operating system protocols and platforms. Janam CEO Harry B. Lerner said "We’re thrilled to be among the first companies in our industry to bring Microsoft’s latest mobile operating system to customers who require it." [See Janam media release] -- Posted Thursday, September 8, 2016 by chb

Wavelink terminal emulation available on Janam’s XG3 rugged mobile computers
Janam Technologies announced that customers of its XG3 rugged, gun-shaped, mobile computer now have access to a custom Wavelink Terminal Emulation client. Wavelink TE allows more than 10 million mobile devices worldwide to access, manage and maintain connections to host system applications, enhancing IT staff and mobile workforce productivity,and allowing organizations to spend less time on support and more time on improving operational efficiencies. [See Janam media release] -- Posted Thursday, August 18, 2016 by chb

Janam teams with FieldStack to empower retailers
Janam Technologies LLC announced that its XM5 has been selected as the preferred rugged mobile computing platform for retailers using FieldStack’s lean retail software that provides inventory automation as well as optimization of the POS experience, e-commerce, loyalty programs and staff management. Doug Lloyd, Janam VP of Global Sales Operations said, “It is very gratifying when the strengths of a product like the XM5 – specifically, its small size, light weight, blazing fast computing speed, all-day battery life and best-in-class barcode scanning – come together to support a winning software solution like the one from FieldStack.” [See Janam media release] -- Posted Thursday, July 14, 2016 by chb

IST selects Janam to power its facilities management solution
Janam Technologies announced that IST Management Services, the nation’s largest, independently-owned facilities management services provider, has deployed Janam XM5 rugged mobile computers with dual-OS support to improve mailroom and package delivery, copy center and equipment management, and hospitality services. Harry B Lerner, CEO, Janam Technologies said, "IST Management Services is one of the fastest-growing facilities management companies in the industry. With Janam's laser focus on excellence, we are honored to have helped IST achieve exceptional levels of service that meet or exceed client expectations.” [See Janam media release] -- Posted Wednesday, June 15, 2016 by chb

Free Juniper Geode webinar June 16, 1:00-1:30PM EST
Juniper Systems will be demonstrating their new universal Geode sub-meter GNSS receiver in a free webinar, held on Thursday, June 16th, 1:00 to 1:30PM Eastern Standard Time. Learn about the Geode, and how it can easily go with you mounted on a pole, in a pack, or held in your hand to collect real-time sub-meter GNSS data in harsh environments, using almost any handheld device. [Sign up for free Juniper Geode webinar] -- Posted Monday, June 13, 2016 by chb

Juniper introduces the Geode rugged sub-meter GNSS receiver
Rugged data collection solution provider Juniper Systems, announced its newest product, the Geode—a real-time, sub-meter GNSS receiver. The IP68-sealed Geode features one-button simplicity and can be used with any of Juniper Systems’ rugged handhelds, as well as a wide range of Windows, Windows Mobile, and Android devices, ideal for bring-your-own-device workplaces. [See Juniper's media release and tthe Juniper Geo page] -- Posted Monday, June 13, 2016 by chb

Buckeye Mountain selects Janam for its RFID tag reading solution
Janam announced that Janam’s XM2-RFID for Rail mobile computer is a recommended mobile computing hardware for Buckeye Mountain’s Automatic Equipment Identification (AEI) Quick Read application. Buckeye Mountain selected Janam’s XM2-RFID for Rail because it is the lightest, fastest and most affordable RFID-reading solution for the railroad industry. “We enjoy working with partners that share our passion for disrupting the status quo in industries that crave innovative and cost-effective solutions. Our partnership with Buckeye Mountain focuses on helping rail organizations manage their operations more efficiently and more economically, with real-time access to business intelligence.” [See Janam media release] -- Posted Tuesday, May 24, 2016 by chb

Zebra Technologies study finds seven in ten decision makers to accelerate warehouse technology investment by 2020
Zebra Technologies announced the results of its latest Warehouse Vision Study, which compares input from 1,378 IT and operations warehouse professionals. It shows how responses shifted between 2013 and 2015, as well as on expectations in 2015 versus 2020. In essence, consumer expectations will drive increased investment in IT and operational functions in warehouses over the next four years as manufacturing and logistics companies continue to adjust to delivering directly to consumers. In 2013 that meant more warehouse locations, but in 2015 emphasis is on more items shipped, shorter delivery times, labor performance and order accuracy. This means moving to more modern, full-featured warehouse management systems, real-time location systems, bar code scanning, voice picking, tablets, and IoT projects. Mark Wheeler, director, Warehouse Solutions, Zebra Technologies, said, "We see this as an enormous area of opportunity: providing workers with the tools they need to do their jobs accurately and productively will help companies meet and exceed customer expectations for accuracy and on-time delivery." [See Zebra news release and Warehousing 2020 infographic] -- Posted Tuesday, April 26, 2016 by chb

Cognex enters rugged mobile terminal market
Cognex, a supplier of machine vision systems and industrial barcode readers announced that it has developed a new product line — ruggedized mobile terminals. The MX-1000 combines a modern smartphone (Samsung Galaxy S4/S5, Apple iPhone 5/5S, 6/6S and 5th gen iPod for now) with a rugged hand-held assembly that holds both the phone and a specially designed Cognex barcode reader. At a time where existing Windows Mobile/Embedded handheld devices are being phased out, Cognex expects that this unique combination will enable it to become a major player in a $500 million segment of the mobile terminal market. [See Cognex media release, the MX-1000 product page, and into video] -- Posted Wednesday, April 6, 2016 by chb

Juniper Systems blog: transferring data between Windows 10 and Windows Embedded Handheld
With Juniper Systems having introduced their first full Windows 10-based rugged device, the Juniper Mesa 2, the company published a very helpful blog entitled How to Transfer Data on Your Mesa 2 Rugged Tablet. -- Posted Wednesday, April 6, 2016 by chb

Kelli’s Gift Shop Suppliers improves its warehouse management solution with Janam rugged mobile computers
Janam Technologies announced that Kelli’s Gift Shop Suppliers, a wholesale distributor of gift products that offers more than 4,000 items from more than 700 vendors, has deployed XG3 rugged mobile computers from Janam to optimize its distribution center operations. With employees scanning approximately 20,000 items per day, Janam’s XG3 rugged mobile computer plays a critical role in maximizing efficiency and providing visibility into distribution processes within Kelli’s warehouse management operations. [See Janam media release] -- Posted Thursday, March 24, 2016 by chb

Juniper Systems on freezing and baking rugged handhelds
We love ruggedness testing "torture chambers." It's where rugged gear can be tested before shipping to customers, and it's also where manufacturers learn just how much their products can take. Juniper Systems' illustrated blog article "Yep, we bake and freeze our rugged handhelds" shows how they are testing their rugged handhelds and tablets. -- Posted Tuesday, March 15, 2016 by chb

Case study: Rugged Nautiz X4 handhelds improve logistics and cargo monitoring for a Scandinavian transport company
Handheld Group reports that Scandic Trans, a transport provider in Finland, has chosen Handheld's Nautiz X4 rugged handheld computers to meet their needs of logistical management, full communication capabilities and real-time cargo monitoring in every environmental condition. The Nautiz X4 also makes their jobs easier while saving time and increasing efficiency. [See case study] -- Posted Tuesday, March 1, 2016 by chb

CipherLab USA announces partnership with Petrosoft
CipherLab USA, an AIDC technology company, announced a strategic partnership with Petrosoft, an end-to-end retail automation company. This partnership expands CipherLab’s distribution channel and market presence by leveraging Petrosoft’s end-to-end retail solutions as well as its sales, support, training and marketing expertise. Sergey Gorlov, President and CEO of Petrosoft. “The CipherLab 9700 is the only inventory scanner included in Petrosoft’s product catalog. Our decision to add CipherLab to the company’s POS, made-to-order, back-office and fuel management technology is based on the company’s product reputation, value and ease of integration with C-Store Office, Petrosoft’s back-office solution." -- Posted Wednesday, February 17, 2016 by chb

Added: Bluebird BM180
With the BM180 enterprise handheld, Bluebird provides an industrial-grade version of a contemporary smartphone, one with significant extra functionality (like an integrated barcode and MSR readers). The BM180 has a 5-inch 1280 x 720 capacitive multi-touch display, runs either Windows Embedded Handheld or Android, can handle 4-foot drops, is IP67-sealed, and starts at roughly US$1,75. [See description, analysis and specs of the Bluebird BM180] -- Posted Friday, February 12, 2016 by chb

Added: Bluebird EF500
Korean rugged handheld manufacturer Bluebird announced the Bluebird EF500 for those who want a modern smartphone-style handheld, but one that's a lot tougher and has industrial-grade scanning capability. The 5-inch EF500 is available in a standard and a rugged version, both IP67-sealed, but the EF500R able to withstand 8-foot drops. The platform comes with either Windows Embedded Handheld 8.1 or Android 5.1 Lollipop. [See description, analysis and specs of the Bluebird EF500] -- Posted Thursday, February 11, 2016 by chb

Unitech launches ultra-rugged keypad PDA
Unitech introduced the PA820, a Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5-based keypad PDA designed specifically for work in the most challenging environments imaginable. The PA820 can handle 6-foot drops, has a very wide -4 to 140 degree Fahrenheit operating range, and IP66 sealing. It includes a full-VGA capacitive touch display, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth and 3.75G WWAN, as well as GPS and camera and laser scanner. [See description, analysis and specs of the Unitech PA820] -- Posted Thursday, January 14, 2016 by chb

Juniper Systems on customer satisfaction
Keeping customers happy and knowing what customers want is at the core of every business. In its latest blog, Juniper Systems explains what their quarterly customer satisfaction surveys mean to them, and how customer feedback is driving product features and improvements. [See Customer Satisfaction Surveys and What They Mean to Us] -- Posted Friday, January 8, 2016 by chb

Handheld Group's January 2016 newsletter
Handheld Group's latest newsletter highlights the Algiz 10X. The rugged tablet that saved countless worker hours for coal miners (see case study) and provided powerful all-day data collection for storm researchers (see case study) is now available with even better specs — and a lower price. Handheld also reports on Swiss motorcyclist Mike Biedermann who's traveling the world with his bike and an Algiz 7 rugged tablet. Biedermann is using the Algiz 7 for daily navigation tasks and to post trip updates on his blog (see here). [See Handheld Group January newsletter] -- Posted Wednesday, January 6, 2016 by chb

Comparison table
  • Rugged handhelds
  • Windows CE/Mobile History
  • 2014: Win Embedded 8.1 Handheld
  • 2013/06: Embedded Compact 2013
  • 2013/01: Embedded 8 Handheld
  • 2011/03: Embedded Compact 7
  • 2011/01: Embedded Handheld
  • 2010/02: Windows Phone 7
  • 2009/09: Embedded CE 6.0 R3
  • 2009/08: Windows Mobile 6.5
  • 2008/04: Windows Mobile 6.1
  • 2007/02: Windows Mobile 6
  • 2006/08: Embedded CE 6.0
  • 2004/03: Smartphone
  • 2003/07: Windows Mobile 2003
  • 2002/01: Windows CE .Net
  • 2001/09: Pocket PC 2002
  • 2000/04: Pocket PC intro
  • 1998/11: H/PC Pro intro
  • 1997/11: Windows CE 2.0
  • 1996/11: Windows CE debuts
  • Windows CE timeline
  • Windows Embedded page
  • Industrial CE devices
  • Unitech PA820
  • CipherLab 9700 Series
  • Trimble Nomad 1050
  • Janam XM2-RFID UHF
  • Janam XG3
  • Honeywell Dolphin 75e
  • Janam XM2-RFID for Rail
  • Handheld Group Nautiz X8

  • Janam XM5
  • Opticon H-32
  • Datalogic Falcon X3+
  • Juniper Allegro 2
  • Handheld Group Nautiz X8
  • Datalogic Memor X3
  • Advantech TREK-520
  • Trimble Juno T41 RFID
  • Handheld Nautiz X4
  • Juniper Systems Archer 2
  • AMREL Rocky DF6
  • Intermec CN51
  • Motorola Solutions MC9200
  • VT Miltope RPDA-1
  • Motorola PsionXT15f
  • Motorola MC9190-G
  • Motorola MC3190-Z
  • Opticon H22
  • Honeywell Dolphin 99GX
  • QSI QTERM-G58
  • Honeywell Dolphin 99EX
  • Catchwell CW20
  • Datalogic Skorpio X3
  • Catchwell CW31
  • Unitech PA968II
  • Honeywell Dolphin 70e Black
  • Datalogic Skorpio X3
  • Janam XT85
  • Motorola MC40
  • CipherLab CP50
  • Winmate C350T
  • CipherLab CP60
  • Motorola MC45 handheld
  • Datalogic Lynx PDA
  • Getac PS336
  • Intermec CK3R mobile computer
  • Intermec CK3X mobile computer
  • Motorola HC1 headset computer
  • Handheld Group Nautiz X1
  • Catchwell CW20
  • Opticon H22
  • Advantec-DLoG XMT 5/7
  • Socket SoMo 655
  • Trimble Juno 3B/3D
  • Intermec CV41
  • Bluebird Pidion BM-170
  • Bluebird Pidion BIP-7000
  • Bluebird Pidion BIP-6000
  • Bluebird Pidion BIP-5000
  • Winmate G570Z
  • Psion Omnii XT15
  • Janam XG105
  • DTResearch DT410
  • DTResearch DT415
  • Janam XG100
  • Janam XM60+ and XM66
  • ADLINK TIOT9000 (WinCE)
  • BAP Precision S-Series
  • Datalogic Rhino 10
  • Casio IT-300
  • Winmate 3.7" Rugged Handheld
  • Unitech PA690
  • Radix FW960
  • Handheld Group Nautiz X3
  • DAP M1000
  • Unitech PA550
  • Juniper Mesa Geo
  • Magellan eXplorist Pro 10
  • Psion EP10
  • Advantech TREK-510/303L
  • ACC Systems AT870
  • DAP Technologies M9010
  • Eurotech Zypad WL1500
  • LXE Tecton
  • Trimble Ranger 3
  • Datalogic Falcon X3
  • Intermec CN70
  • Intermec CN70e
  • Intermec CK70
  • Intermec CK71
  • DAP M4000 Series
  • Motorola MC55A0
  • Eurotech HRC-4200
  • Eurotech HRC-3100
  • 2T HANDGEAR
  • DAP M2000 Series
  • Casio IT-800
  • Aceeca PDA32
  • Psion Teklogix Omnii XT10
  • Intermec CS40
  • Motorola MC75A0-MC
  • Juniper Systems Mesa
  • Motorola ES400
  • Juniper Systems TK6000
  • Motorola MC75A
  • Datalogic Elf
  • Unitech HT680
  • Psion Teklogix WorkAbout 3
  • Motorola MC3090-Z
  • Juniper Systems TK6000
  • Casio DT-X30
  • Motorola MC3100
  • Handheld US Nautiz X7
  • Datalogic Memor
  • Motorola MC9500
  • Getac PS236
  • Handheld US Nautiz X5
  • LXE MX9
  • Juniper Archer Longbow
  • Two Technologies Hydrus
  • Unitech PA968
  • Unitech PA600 PE
  • Advantech PWS-8033M
  • Datalogic R Series
  • Datalogic New Memor
  • Juniper Archer/XF101 dGPS
  • GETAC PS535F
  • Unitech PA600 HF
  • Casio IT-3100
  • Intermec CN50
  • Intermec CN4e
  • Intermec CN4
  • Two Technologies Hydrus Luna
  • Socket Somo 650rx
  • Juniper Systems Allegro MX
  • Motorola MC55 EDA
  • Trimble Tablet
  • Trimble Yuma
  • DT Research WebDT 400
  • Handheld U.S. M3 Mobile
  • Psion Teklogix NEO
  • Intermec CK3
  • Two Technologies Hydrus
  • 2 Technologies Jett.eye
  • Advantech MARS-1030
  • Datalogic Kyman
  • LXE VX3XPlus
  • LXE MX3XPlus
  • Handheld US M3 Mobile
  • Trimble GeoExplorer 2008
  • NEXCOM 2100 Series
  • Unitech PA500
  • Unitech PA600
  • Unitech PA966
  • Unitech PA982
  • Unitech RH767
  • General Dynamics Sectera Edge
  • Juniper Systems Archer
  • Amrel ROCKY Patriot DA5-M
  • Juniper Systems Allegro
  • Casio DT-X7
  • Psion Teklogix ikon
  • Intermec CK61EX
  • Intermec CK32IS
  • Intermec CN3
  • LXE MX8
  • Symbol MC35
  • Trimble Nomad
  • Socket SoMo 650
  • 4P FDA600
  • 4P FDA300
  • HHP Dolphin 7850
  • LXE HX3
  • Datalogic Skorpio
  • Datalogic Pegaso
  • Datalogic Memor
  • Datalogic Jet
  • Trimble Juno ST
  • Symbol/Motorola MC35
  • Pocket PC Reviews
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  • HP iPAQ 610
  • HP iPAQ 310
  • HP iPAQ 210
  • HP iPAQ 110
  • HP iPAQ hw6915
  • HP iPAQ hw6925
  • HP iPAQ 500 Series
  • Treo 700w software
  • Garmin iQue M5
  • iPAQ 1700/3000/4700
  • Asus A730/730W
  • Dell Axim X50/X50v
  • HP iPAQ h6315 PPC Phone
  • HP iPAQ 4000 Series
  • HP iPAQ 2215
  • HP iPAQ 5450
  • HP iPAQ 1900
  • Dell Axim X5
  • ViewSonic V35
  • New iPAQs
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  • Toshiba e740
  • iPAQ 3900 Series
  • Older Reviews
  • iPAQ 3800 Series
  • Toshiba e570
  • Casio E-200
  • HP Jornada 568
  • Casio IT-700
  • Casio BE-300
  • HP Jornada 525
  • Intermec Model 70
  • NEC MobilePro 790
  • @migo
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    57.85 - Intermec 6651
    55.20 - PenCentra 200
    54.89 - Intermec 70
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    40.18 - Clio 1050
    40.03 - MobilePro 880
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