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July 24, 2009 / Raffy Pekson II

A Microwave Powered by Your Computer’s USB

Want to heat up your food while you’re at the park? Simply plug the world’s smallest microwave contraption into your notebook’s USB port and…done!

Heinz’s Beanzawave touts the world’s smallest, portable microwave that’s powered by the USB port on your laptop computer. It stands just 7.4-inches tall by 6.2-inches wide and 5.9-inches deep, making it a perfect partner to Heinz Snap Pots (or just about anything that’ll fit inside it’s oven), thus allowing a nutritious snack to be whipped up anywhere in just 60 seconds. The Beanzawave costs $160.

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