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Heinz World’s Smallest USB Microwave

8:28pm | Jun 9th, 2009

Heinz’s Beanzawave is the world’s smallest, portable microwave and powered by the USB port on a laptop computer. It stands just 7.4inches tall by 6.2in wide and 5.9in deep, currently is only a prototype. It costs around £100($160), so the cost of production could fall to the point where it becomes profitable to manufacture on a large scale. ‘The single serve microwavable Snap Pots allow people to quickly heat and eat. We are therefore delighted to be working with Gordon as the Beanzawave is the perfect partner to Heinz Snap Pots, allowing a nutritious snack to be whipped up anywhere in just 60 seconds.’

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