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Smartfish is definitely an interesting name for a company, but there's no question that the design of their newest keyboard is indeed "smart." The company has a thing for producing ergonomic devices, and the new Engage keyboard is definitely one that's friendly for the wrists. It's priced at $150, and has just recently started to ship in America. It relies on the company's ErgoMotion technology to provide less strain on your wrists and more comfort while typing during long sessions. The curved design is similar to that seen on select Logitech and Microsoft keyboards, but there's a new level of... Read more...
Notebook mice may be handy because of their small size and easy ability to slip into your bag for travel, but they're generally not as comfortable to use as their big brothers. SmartFish is attempting to change this with the launch of the Whirl Mini Notebook Laser Mouse. This mouse builds on the success of the original SmartFish Mouse by delivering the same technology in a smaller form factor. The Whirl offers a "comfort pivot system" that "provides the natural fluid movement your body needs." This means the mouse's pivot system lets the mouse pivot as you move, so your hand and wrist don't have... Read more...
It may not look as ground-breaking or as unusual as the Swiftpoint mouse, but SmartFish's ErgoMotion mouse is still one of the most strange looking input peripherals on the market today. And that's the best part: after months of waiting, this device actually is on the open market now. It's designed to be more ergonomic than any other mouse out there, and while the design may scare some off, we tend to believe that it actually will lead to better wrist posture and less pain. The ErgoMotion is said to be the first laser mouse with a swivel mechanism that promotes a fluid movement, allowing the mouse... Read more...
We briefly mentioned Smartfish Technologies when we rounded up the best and brightest from the early days of CES 2010, but the new ErgoMotion Keyboard deserves more than a passing glance. Much like the Optimus Maximus in its day, this keyboard has the potential to really revolutionize the way we experience typing. Hailed as the world’s first intelligent keyboard with a patented motion system, the keyboard got its roots in the medical world. Now, we're seeing consumers the world over show interest in it. As you could expect, the key ingredient here is the ergonomics. It's intelligent onboard processing... Read more...