I have both. I'm constantly moving with files and faxes so my choice is wireless. I use my wired headset when I'm taking constant incoming calls or messages. For me it pretty much depends on the assignment. You have to make it work for you.
I use a wireless headset for Skype but one thing I don't like is that the little USB that fits in my laptop when I use it can be easily lost. I've learned to keep it in a drawer but for some time it was missing until I found it.
There are times I simply use the plug in headsets for ease in not having to poke around for the USB attachment.
hey, I guess I'm not as wire-averse as most consumers, but playing around with the Rift, the Hydra and headphones on top of it can be... entangling. In fact it gets so annoying that I seriously don't see how this could work well in the consumer space and any headset that functions for sound on your computer will work with GP4.At GatherPlace, we have tested a limited number of models and brands to date so our recommendations are limited to the few listed below.
I have used wired, but the wire gets a bit long when I am moving around my office. I sometimes find myself rolling over it. I want to try a wireless one, but I am afraid I will forget the range and drop a call. Does anyone recommend a good wireless brand?
I have a wired headset which suits my needs, although I have to remember not to move around too much; I've definitely ganked it out of my ear while reaching for something. If you're a pacer while you talk, wireless is probably the way to go