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Smartfish Reflex

Designed to reduce wrist strain, this hefty 6.5-pound split keyboard sits on an elevated stand. After 2,500 clicks, a motor moves the two trays slightly to the right or left so your hands don’t stay in the same position all day. We liked the keyboard’s flat, Chiclet-style keys, but it took time to get the hang of typing on the separate trays, which were large and unwieldy. The Reflex also lacks advanced features, including the ability to program keys. Still, it may be worth checking out if you suffer from repetitive strain injuries. Cost: $150