If Apple’s keyboards, with their extreme thinness and laptop-style
keys, resemble an underfed model, all waiflike and delicate,
Microsoft’s usual offerings look like they’ve been bulking up with Iso
Mass Xtreme Gainer protein powder. Their wireless keyboards tend to
have an extra inch or two of plastic hanging off the bottoms or the
sides, and they just look so beefy and large on a desk, even an
uncluttered one. Microsoft's Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 reverses this trend.