Making sure your workspace is ergonomic is more important than a lot of people realize until their wrists and neck start hurting from typing while slouched in front of a computer all day. Smartfish Technologies has been in the business of ergonomic peripherals for years now, and their newest product, the Engage Keyboard, is an ergonomic design that moves to adjust itself to your typing habits while you use it. If you keep your hands farther apart than most keyboards allow, you can slide the left and right sides of the keyboard apart, instead of forcing your wrists into an unnatural position while typing. The same is true for your typing angle: the keyboard can adjust the angle that it rests on your desk to match the angle and height you type from. The Engage Keyboard moves with you while you type so your hands and wrists are never in a single, static position while you work. Smartfish unveiled the keyboard at ces in Las Vegas this week, and has it on display at the show. It’s available now to order from SmartFish’s Web site for $149.95 list price.