I think you're confusing microchips with microprocessors.
Microchip: An integrated circuit
Microprocessor: A CPU, i.e. something that can execute stored instructions, has registers, an ALU, and exhibits turing-machine like behavior.
Computers, scanners, printers, network switches/routers, cameras, cell phones, TVs, game systems, heating/cooling system, automobiles, lots of tools and small appliances too
Add to that:
And finally, every single book, DVD, or product that has a deactivated RFID security chip.
If the answers are between 0 and 20, then a better question would be "How many microprocessors are on you personally right now"?
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We are the super wealthy.
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