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Jun 12, 2009

World’s Smallest Microwave Oven

In today’s society, lunch meals often consist of fast foods or a soda and chocolate bar from the snack vending machine just because the demands of work limit the amount of time people have at lunchtime. Many often skip lunch or eat lunch at their desk.

If this sounds like you, Heinz has created the world’s smallest microwave oven known as the Beanzawave.

Not only does this small microwave easily fit on your office desk, but get this, it’s USB powered.

Office workers no longer have an excuse to miss their lunch because of their busy work schedule. Even students preparing for their final exams or finishing their school assignments can enjoy a warm snack or hot drink without leaving their train of thought.

Currently, the Beanzawave is a prototype model but “experts at the Microwave Association insist the sophisticated miniaturized technology does exist to turn the eye-catching gadget into a reality.”

Aside from it’s small size, this microwave is fast cooking due to it’s use of a series of mobile phone frequencies that are said to be efficient enough to cook some foods in under a minute.

Although the Beanzawave is USB powered, it can optionally use lithium ion batteries making it a truly portable microwave that can be taken on camping trips or fishing trips.

It is expected that once the Beanzawave enters the retail market, it will retail for about $160.

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