ErgoChoco is a well-documented open-source pseudosplit build by Choco617.
Published November 26, 2021
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Named after the author's username (not low-pro Choc switches), this monoblock keyboard features 42 keys according to the Kyria column stagger, with 30° between the halves.
I'm an engineer, and true to form I'm bad at naming things. I'd heard the ErgoDox was designed by a user named Dox, and my handle is Choco617, so: ErgoChoco – Choco617.
Published on Fri 26th Nov 2021. Featured in KBD #54 (source).
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