Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: United States
Bikes: roadbikes and full-suspension mountainbikes
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Wireless is much, much neater in terms of on-bike appearance. In the course of riding, I've found that simpler computers without multiple lap times, splits, max cadence reports, dual-tripmeters, and all that stuff are much easier to use on-the-fly due to their larger and clearer display screens.
I've got a comprehensive CatEye Double Wireless cadence & speed that I find to be overkill. With my next computer I will revert to basic time, ride time, speed, average speed, maximum speed, tripmeter, odometer, and leave it at that. Punching lots of buttons gets old when one wants simple performance feedback. Larger characters are also nice for a quick glance downwards.