The unused power of a Wi-Fi router is the Internet channel that you do not use, but for which you regularly pay to the operator.
For example, a standard home router can handle 10 to 15 devices (or more). Even if you watch Internet TV, use three laptops and five smartphones at the same time, part of your IT channel will remain idle.
However, you have already paid for this channel. And you pay for it from month to month.
On average, a modern user pays $6.37 a month for the Internet - this is $76.38 a year, and your channel is used on average by 10% of the available capacity.
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