Tuesday, June 9, 2009

World's smallest microwave

When lining up for a microwave at work, don't you ever wish to have your own microwave?

Heinz is working on a USB beans microwave. This device, called the Beanzawave, is 7.4 inches tall by 6.2 inches wide and 5.9 inches deep. There is also an option of powering it with lithium ion batteries that would make it completely portable.

It is still in the prototyping stage. However, if Heinz decides to release it, it will be pretty expensive... around £100 (approx. Cdn $189).

This device is designed for beans, but the idea is very good. I hope someone will design a USB microwave that is big enough for a lunch box and cheap enough to be under Cdn $50. ;)

Daily Mail

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