Smartfish Engage keyboard automates ergonomics
Ergonomic keyboards, they’ve been missing in the market for such a long time. All these while we’ve been looking at normal rectangular keyboards with some funky bling-blings, but now Smartfish Smartfish have finally released its opus into the world: the Engage keyboard.
It’s got a new moniker, a classy all-black look, and a very pricey $150 MSRP pricetag. Outside of the tilted design and large palm rests, the keyboard has an internal motor that moves the position of the two halves of the keyboard based on your typing frequency. Kewl right? I mean, a motor in your keyboard? The company says that the periodic position adjustments apparently help fight off fatigue, an approach developed in conjunction with The Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. And I thought such keyboards will just die out because they tend to split up the keys, and I can’t get used to that.