Which technology is much better when it comes to Bluetooth or Wireless 2.4Ghz in ear headset?

Picture if you may, a nice trip to the shops on the warm summer’s day. This isn’t a tension packed, hunger-enthused expedition to that local supermarket followed by bitter discovery the bastards have set their fees up AGAIN...I said this was a pleasing excursion. You head out into the nice and cozy, dazzling summer afternoon seeking milk, some eggs and maybe a little treat for yourself. You slide your iPod out of your pouch and...and...Wait a moment, the cables all jumbled up.

Hold on.

Gimme a moment.




By the time you have untangled the cables, you’re out of a pleasant mood for a ramble, you’ve abandoned that spur-of-the-moment journey to the park you were toying with and you do not want to hear any tune at all. In truth, it is too damned hot for just about any of that. You don’t wish for a nice, nourishing tossed patch salad or Spanish omelette for dinner, you will just swing by local grease trap on your way home. Besides, there is bills to pay for and housework to complete and arguments to find together with your partner. Have you even cancel the journey to the shops completely. The milk isn’t that lumpy in the end and you may make a perfectly serviceable Spanish omelette from flour, water and spaghetti hoops, right?

Avoiding this type of thing happening to you, it's advisable to try guided contemplation, treatment, or self help books which can prevent little things like a knotted headphone cable sending you spiralling into a deep, shadowy sadness. But, if you can’t be bothered with that New Age hocus pocus, then why not get a pair of Bluetooth in ear headphones?

Bluetooth in ear headsets don’t require a cable, all you do is slide the tiny beauties from the compartment, pop them into your ears and take advantage of the ride.

Imagine our little sun-dappled situation again, now without the cable debacle.

Your stroll is pleasing and cozy, the warm sun gently caresses your face and there does not appear to be a cloud in the sky. An attractive associate of the opposite sex smiles at you (no doubt drawn to your wonderful choice of headsets) and all looks right with the world. Perhaps a tossed garden salad becomes dinner and dancing? Perhaps a quick flutter on the lottery becomes a mansion and a pool house. Who knows?

I will liberally acknowledge that not any of the scenarios above are actually mainly probable, but, I will also say that with a pair of Bluetooth in-ear headsets, at least the cables will not get jumbled in your pocket and irritate you on a daily basis. That has to be worth something, right?

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