Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the USB powered waters- it’s a tiny microwave for beans. Billed as the world’s smallest microwave (I have no reason to disbelieve that claim, look at it!), this little cooking appliance is designed in conjunction with Heinz specifically to heat up their single serving size containers of beans. The working prototype is just 7.4 inches tall by 6.2 inches wide and 5.9 inches deep.
Because it’s USB powered, you can sit at your desk and heat up your lunch without ever having to get up. Of course since it’s designed for beans, you WILL have to get up to relieve yourself a few hours later. Maybe they should package a USB powered air freshener with this one. Cool idea and Heinz will actually develop it if the feedback is positive enough.
daily mail via gizmodo
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