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I've used wireless on three tours, and never has interference, but some cheaper computers may not use coded digital signaling.Ones that I used that had lots of interference problems include a Sigma and another was a Cateye, but I do not recall the models. I have only used much cheaper models than you mention though. For me a cyclocomputer is mostly an odometer with current speed being a nice feature, so even the cheaper one you mention is way more than I personally can see spending, at about 4-6 times what I typically spend for a cyclocomputer. I have been using the Planet Bike Protege models lately at something like $25-35. Heck they even have current temperature which is surprisingly accurate as long as you are either moving or in the shade.
I'm using a Sigma Rox 9, but I like the look of the new Rox 6 for a little cheaper option.