The Ambidextrous by Cerbekos is a new member of the Tenalice family, with a 45° numpad in the center of the board.
KBD.news Published November 28, 2021
Somehow, Japanese keyboard enthusiasts are way overrepresented among my Twitter followers so I'm quite exposed to all the cool stuff happening there.
My only problem is, I have a hard time to figure out if what I see is a new and original design or simply a photo of something being around for a while.
Regardless, the Tenalice Ambidextrous showed up in too many posts recently to raise my attention.
The Ambidextrous is the latest revision of Cerbekos' Tenalice (tenkey + Alice) Alice style monoblock keyboards with a number pad between the angled halves.
While the numpad angle of the previous version indicated it was designed with right-handed users in mind, the tenkey part of the Ambidextrous is positioned perfectly symmetrically in the center, in 45°, so you can reach it with the same effort regardless of your dominant hand.
As far as I can tell, the project is only partially open-source: the plate and stacked case files are public, but I couldn't find the PCB files. Kits are available on Booth.