Wireless routers

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Wireless routers are devices that include router and wireless access point functionality. This article is a comparison of the environmental impact of wireless routers. It currently compares the carbon footprint or greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of the devices. For additional information and resources click on the product names to view detailed articles on each device, when available.

Carbon Footprint[edit]

Product Total (kg CO2e) Production (kg CO2e) Distribution (kg CO2e) Usage (kg CO2e) End-of-life (kg CO2e)
AirPort Express 95 31 4 57 3
AirPort Extreme 250 50 7 190 2
AirPort Time Capsule (3TB) 310 81 9 217 3