" The newest patent filed by the company in Japan is for a VR headset—and it seems to indicate a wireless VR headset, which, as any owner of PlayStation VR who has had to fumble with its endless wires during setup will attest to, the current PSVR model is categorically not.
The patent in question seems to be for a breakout box for a wireless headset that switches transmission frequencies to maintain a consistent and steady connection with the headset at all times (in this case, we are looking at switches between 5GHz and 60GHz, with 60GHz seemingly the primary band for connection, and 5GHz being used as a backup band)."
Like every other rumor , this news should be treat with a grain of salt.
But if this true i am glad. No more people fall from the cable or step on the cable. More freedom of movement and more immersive . The problem will be the extra cost and lag input , will it sacrifice the lag input? Another thing need to be considered such batteries , how long will it be?