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    News - SmartFish Engage Keyboard moves as you type

    Keeps you on your toes and claims to prevent repetitive strain injury.
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    Re: News - SmartFish Engage Keyboard moves as you type

    "studies your typing frequency and makes subtle, comfortable adjustments periodically so your hands and wrists are never in a fixed position"
    Sure, pull the other one. More like "moves the keyboard in and out in a 'random' pre-programmed (and likely highly irritating) fashion"

    Novelty junk.

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    Re: News - SmartFish Engage Keyboard moves as you type

    Can see them getting some big contracts with offices but as a gaming or normal keyboard, not gonna happen.

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    Re: News - SmartFish Engage Keyboard moves as you type

    I can also see this being very annoying, it also seems to require more space than most other keyboards

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    Re: News - SmartFish Engage Keyboard moves as you type

    Was anyone else's first though "It's not a bug, it's a feature"?

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    Re: News - SmartFish Engage Keyboard moves as you type

    Got a MS Natural don't think i'd ever spend that much on a keyboard especially since ergonomics already reduce strain just from there design.

    Stretching your fingers every now and then and taking an odd break here and there will be better then having to shift about for this keyboard. With the money you'd save not getting it you could get a sweet chair instead.

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