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  1. #1
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    Beanzawave the USB Microwave



    The Beanzawave, which measures just 7.4 inches tall by 6.2 inches wide and 5.9 inches deep, doesn't even need to be plugged into an electrical outlet. The device contains a USB port, so mid-afternoon snacks can be heated up at the computer without expending excess power. In the future, Heinz might experiment with lithium ion batteries--making the Beanzawave ideal for camping trips. Heinz claims that snacks can be warmed in under a minute thanks to intense heating action from a combination of cell phone and radio frequencies.

    The mini microwave is being developed as a partner to Heinz Snap Pots, baked beans in single-serving containers. The Snap Pots, available in the U.K., fit perfectly into the Beanzawave. But the $160 device will only be released commercially if consumer feedback is positive and if component prices drop in the near future. At its current price, the Beanzawave isn't much cheaper than a conventional microwave.
    http://www.fastcompany.com/blog/arie...lest-microwave

    Just what we need. The ability to cook beans at your desk. I bet this is REALLY going to catch on with cubicle workers.
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    The sad thing is , there will some people that will buy this.
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  3. #3
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    For the tech-savvy hobo with too much money?

  4. #4
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    that looks class seems like is big enough to fit a burger in it as well

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