HP WMR headset
HP’s headset is one of the least comfortable of the bunch, due in large part to the very narrow design of the band that wraps around your head. The dial on the back used for tightening and loosening also makes a lot of worrying noises when you undial it to loosen things up. To make matters worse, the HP has the lowest field of view among the group with a 95-degree FOV, something that is noticeable if you’ve tried other headsets. The headset uses the same rubber approach to blocking out light around the nose, but because those two flaps come together, I found it a little irritating on the bridge of my nose. While I’m not a fan of this headset, I did like one innovation HP built into the design. The cable can be disconnected close to the headset, allowing you to leave it plugged into the back of your computer when not in use, but still tuck away the headset.