World's smallest microwave

Posted by Simpur | Posted in , , , , | Posted on Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Heinz has developed a prototype which it claims to be the smallest microwave in the world. This tiny 7.4-inch tall, 6.2-inch wide and 5.9-inch deep 'Beanzawave' microwave is super portable and is powered by surprise surprise.. USB.

If this concept product does hit the store shelves, workers who are tied to their desk all day will easily be able to create a warm snack, or hot drink without having to travel away from their seats.

The simplicity and convenience of just plugging the device into the USB port of your notebook also means that you'll be able to enjoy hot snacks even when you're traveling on a train or on an airplane.

The key breakthrough of this product is the use of a combination of mobile phone radio frequencies to create heat to cook both on the outside and within in less than a minute.

Articles: Mail Online, DVICE, OhGizmo!

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