It’s taken a long time to arrive, but Smartfish’s Engage ergonomic keyboard is finally available. This keyboard was developed in conjunction with The Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City and features an internal motor that moves the position of the two halves of the keyboard, based on your typing frequency. These adjustments are touted to help you fend off fatigue, though we’re fairly sure that it’s just another excuse for our bosses to keep us working overtime. Fancy technology doesn’t come cheap, though, and you’ll need to shell out $150 in order to own this keyboard. Video after the jump.
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