Smartfish Makes Computing Easier With Keyboard, Mouse
NEW YORK- Product provider SmartFish Technologies exhibited at the CEA Line Shows here Thursday with two new products might to be ergonomically friendly for computer users of all kinds.
SmartFish's two products, the company's spokesman said, are "built on the concept that motion heals," and were developed with the cooperation of New York's Hospital for Special Surgery, in order to both avoid development of repetitive stress injuries, and help users already suffering from them. The products, however, are not medical devices.
The company's PRO:Motion keyboard has parts that can move in reaction to the user's typing style, using three separate axes driven by SmartFish's proprietary Dynamic Positioning Controller. Also announced at the Line Show was the company's TRU:Motion Wireless Mouse, which makes mouse-using easier by adapting to the user's hand positions and changing, for the better, which muscles are used in the positioning of the mouse.