These keyboards are wireless.

Corsair K83 Wireless Entertainment Keyboard If you have a home theater PC, you may be frustrated by the number of keyboards that unequivocally appeal to your use case. Fortunately, there’s a keyboard for you: The Corsair K83 Wireless is a wonderful entertainment-focused keyboard. Not only is it portable and light, but it also has a multitude of entertainment functions that’ll make life simpler in your living room.  Additionally, with its wealth of connectivity choices, such as Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless through a dongle, you can utilize it with several different platforms. Though, it’s not the best for gaming.  Topre Realforce 104UBS Silent variable As long as you don’t care about missing out on some of that signature ‘thock’ sound that’s linked with regular Realforce keyboards, deciding on a silenced model like the 104 UBS provides some serious benefits. Hitting the 104 UBS’s keys creates sound on par with a membrane keyboard. It’s going to be fabulous if you have a shared bedroom or work in a busy office. The ‘dampened’ feel of Topre’s silenced switches can feel sort of like typing on sandpaper compared to a non-silenced board. However, it’s worth the trade-off if you want a quieter keyboard.  Filco Majestouch-2 Tenkeyless Filco's keyboards are likely to be built like tanks. The Majestouch TKL is no different. This space-saving mechanical keyboard has a compact ten keyless design that possesses under 1cm of space between the edge of the keys and the keyboard. Its toughness doesn't just allow it to stand up well to scrapes and knocks. It has a positive impact on its typing feel as well. You can type away on it at any speed you like and the Majestouch 2 will take every drop of punishment.